The "Nationaal Ereveld Loenen" ("Loenen National War Cemetery") commemorates all people from the Netherlands who died during wartime as a result of war operations. The cemetery was opened in 1949 by princess Wilhelmina. Almost 4,000 Dutch war victims are buried here.
Each grave has a lying square white tombstone. The graves are in rows along paths that meander through a wooded area of 17 hectares.
We visited the cemetery on an early morning earlier this month. A very peaceful place.