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EXCEPTIONAL MEMORIES OF THE FIRST WORLD WAR


HILL 60, ZILLEBEKE
Hill 60, a domain that has been left unchanged since the end of the Great War and where craters and concrete shelters still lie scattered all around.
The artificial hill from 1850 lies about 60 metres above sea-level. During the war, this site saw some heavy fighting and changed sides frequently. The explosion from the Berlin Tunnel on 7 June 1917 gave the landscape it’s current shape. Hill 60 is also the cemetery of many allied and German soldiers.

INFO & PRICELIST
- A4: €85
- A3: €150

- Limited edition of 25
- Inkjet on brilliant Baryta paper 310gsm
- Signed and numbered
- For larger prints please contact me

The second picture is a close-up fragment

 

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