Robermont Cemetery is the largest and most important cemetery of the City of Liege. Although Robermont is a civilian cemetery, it also has a Military plot with over 1600 burials of WWI. This however is not limited to only Belgian Nationals. The area is divided into different sections where soldiers from other nations have found their final resting place.
The Military cemetery holds 320 fallen Belgian soldiers of which more than 250 from WWI. From the Commonwealth around 50 Canadian soldiers, 1 Russian and 1 civilian, all but one fallen in WWI. Also from WWI are a little over a 100 French, more than 300 Italian and around 150 Russian and Polish graves from WWI.
There are 320 fallen Belgian soldiers buried here of which more than 250 from WWI.
Civilian Victims of War Section
Graves of fallen Belgian civilians of WW1 and WW2. More graves of civilian victims of war can be found in other sections of the cemetery.
A view of the Commonwealth section of the cemetery. This is the final resting place of the around 48 soldiers of whom most are British, three Canadian, one Australian, one New-Zealander and one Russian. From WW2 there are two RAF airmen (one Belgian National who flew with the RAF) buried here.
Russian and Polish Section
Here rest 150 Russian and Polish soldiers.
A separate plot where the graves seem to be for the Russian Imperial Army of which some date back to WW1 and some to WW2. The graves seem to be getting a minimum amount of care.
This is a small section with a large monument.
There are around 300 fallen Italian soldiers at the cemetery, which is quite a number compared to the combined total.
The German section of the cemetery is located a little further in a separate location. With 800 fallen soldiers this section holds the largest group of WW1 graves.
The cemetery is publicly and freely admissible.