Hill 60

The undulating terrain formed by shells and some ruined German bunkers, remain to witness the battles of the "Hill 60", a small hill near Ypres, Belgium, around which took place heavy fighting between German and British troops. The hill no longer exists, paved by violent bombings.It was lost and recaptured four times during the war and there were detonated seven high potential mines. Like many other places of the Great War, it is the destination of many visits of tourists and relatives of the fallen from all over the Anglo-Saxon world.