33. Saint-Vaast–en-Cambrésis

Fiercing fighting took place in Saint Vaast en Cambrésis in October 1918.

In an extension to the village cemetery is the Commonwealth military cemetery designed by the British architect William Harrison Cowlishaw. Like the creations of Charles Henry Holden and Sir Herbert Baker, it is an example of the work of prestigious architects for the Imperial War Graves Commission immediately after the war. In Saint-Vaast, 45 tombs serve as reminders of the fighting in October 1918.



Office de Tourisme du Cambrésis
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Please, take in consideration that our tourism office is actually closed because of the COVID-19. We will be happy to welcome you in the near future!


Whether they follow the Escaut, drive along country roads, discover the picturesque alleys of the old Cambrai, fortified farms, museums, learn about Matisse and Blériot, lace ang giants, tourists will understand why the inhabitants of this part of France are so happy to welcome them and will feel like coming back.

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