The American Military Cemetery Luxembourg is the resting place of 5,076 American service members.
We enjoyed studying these relief maps of Military Ops in Western Europe and the Ardennes Rhineland Campaign
The Remembrance Chapel
The Altar and Stained Glass Window inside the Chapel
The Chapel Ceiling Mosaic
There are 118 servicemen buried here of the Jewish faith, whose headstones are in the shape of a Star of David.
Four fountains represent the apostles and dolphins and turtles symbolize resurrection and everlasting life.
General Patton was buried here on Christmas Eve, 1945, three days after he died in Heidelberg, Germany.
Kate wanted to find the grave of the Army nurse, the only female in the cemetery.
The cemetery is open daily to the public from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Closed December 25 and January 1.
About 1.5 hours from Ramstein and 45 minutes from Spangdahlem