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Zandvoorde is a village in the Belgian province of West Flanders and a part (deelgemeente) of the municipality of Zonnebeke. Zandvoorde is a rural village, in the rolling landscape of the southern part of the province.
The village was completely destroyed during World War I.
- The Parish and its church are named after Saint Bartholomew. The current church dates from 1923–1925, after the old church had been destroyed during the First World War.
- The Zantvoorde New British Cemetery is a Commonwealth War Graves Commission World War I military cemetery. In the village centre, there is a British war memorial, the The Household Cavalry Monument.
- In the north of the province of West Flanders, there's another village with the name Zandvoorde, a part of the city of Oostende
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