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Brutalism at the Schoonselhof cemetery. Unidentified headstone seen from the back (rear). Photo © Jan Willem Geerinck
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Brutalism at the Schoonselhof cemetery. Unidentified headstone seen from the back (rear).
Photo © Jan Willem Geerinck

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Schoonselhof Cemetery (Antwerpen Schoonselhof) is a cemetery located in Wilrijk, a suburb of Antwerp, Belgium.

Schoonselhof Cemetery has a Jewish section plus War memorials for the graves of 1,557 British Commonwealth soldiers who died fighting in World War I and World War II.

Those interred here include:

See also: List of famous cemeteries

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