Tomb of the Unknown Soldier

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In World War I, many soldiers who were killed could not be identified. Several countries created a tomb dedicated to these anonymous soldiers.

Canberra, Australia[edit]

The Tomb of the Unknown Australian Soldier

Bruxelles (Brussels), Belgium[edit]

Colonne du Congrès - Tombe du Soldat inconnu et Flamme éternelle

Ottawa, Canada[edit]

National War Memorial - Canadian Tomb of the Unknown Soldier / Monument Commémoratif de Guerre du Canada - La Tombe du Soldat inconnu du Canada

Paris, France[edit]

Arc de Triomphe - La Tombe du Soldat inconnu

Athens, Greece[edit]

Μνημείο του Αγνώστου Στρατιώτη

Delhi, India[edit]

Amar Jawan Jyoti

Rome, Italy[edit]

The Tomb of the Milite Ignoto in the Altare della Patria (Vittoriano)

Warsaw, Poland[edit]

Grób Nieznanego Żołnierza

Bucharest, Romania[edit]

Mormântul Ostașului Necunoscut

Moscow, Russia[edit]

Могила Неизвестного Солдата

Belgrade, Serbia[edit]

Споменик незнаном јунаку

English: Monument to the Unknown Hero

Kiev, Ukraine[edit]

English: The Ukrainian Tomb of The Unknown Warrior
Українська: Могила невідомого солдата, Київ

London, United Kingdom[edit]

English: The British Tomb of The Unknown Warrior

Arlington, United States[edit]

English: The American Tomb of the Unknown Soldier