Suresnes American Cemetery and Memorial, Suresnes
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  • This was the fifth American Cemetery of World War I we visited in France. Just like the other four, this is a beautiful and yet sobering site. 
  • Easy to get to from central Paris via the Gare St. Lazare station and using the local commuter trains rather than the RER or Paris Metro. Take the L train from Gare St. Lazare to Gare de Suresnes/Mont...  more »
  • This is part of the scene in front of which we have dozens of times without paying attention. An exhibition of old cars on the terraces of Suresnes we to offered time to visit this place with our small children. Obviously many issues on their part have quite qualified in their memory this time of history
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  • The Eiffel Tower and the Arc de Triumph are indeed incredible sites. But the experience is not so great because of the long lines, crowds, and people trying to hawk you post cards and mini Eiffel Towers. The American Cemetery in Suresnes has none of that. I spent 45 minutes there and I saw one other person. It is an emotional, worthwhile visit. The names and the States makes it personal. You feel sorry in a way because you know that everyone of them (and there are a number of women because Surnames was a hospital site, not a battle), they all just wanted to go home. Sad. The cemetery and monuments are impeccable and it overlooks Paris. Not so bad in that respect. Still not a first choice for the men and women who gave their lives for peace.
  • Inspiring and hallowed ground. Mainly WW I graves for US soldiers. Very quiet and nobody else on the grounds but us when we visited. You could hear the flags (French and US) flapping in the breeze. Very easy to get to by taxi or train (not the Metro, but runs the same). 5 min trip from La Defense Metro station. Open every day but Christmas and NYD.
  • Nice relaxing place!
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  • OK
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  • Whenever there are changes, we have a thought for them, this place is full of memories
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