Schoonselhof cemetery

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View on a part of the cemetry
Castle Schoonselhof
Tomb of Hendrik Conscience
Coquilhat tomb

Schoonselhof Cemetery (Antwerpen Schoonselhof) is located in Hoboken, Antwerp, a suburb of Antwerp, Belgium.

Schoonselhof Cemetery has a Jewish section.

There is also a Commonwealth war graves plot containing the graves of 1,557 British Commonwealth service personnel who died in the World Wars, 101 from World War I and 1,455 from World War II, besides 16 Polish and 1 French war burial, a United States airman attached to the British Royal Air Force, and 16 non-war graves, mainly of merchant seamen. The plot was laid out by the Commission's Principal Architect, Philip Hepworth.[1]

The cemetery was mentioned in the TV show GRIMM, Episode 14 of Season 1.

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Coordinates: 51°09′58″N 4°22′01″E / 51.16611°N 4.36694°E / 51.16611; 4.36694