Military cemetery in Soča
Military cemetery in Soča village
The final resting place of over 1,400 Austro-Hungarian soldiers and prisoners, who died at the Isonzo Front.
There is a World War I military cemetery in Soča village, where soldiers of the imperial royal army, who fought in the area of Javoršček and Krn between 1915 and 1917, are buried. There is a large cross made of stones on the ground above the cemetery, which supplemented with a built-in cannon grenade on the stony pillar. Together, they form a monument to the slain soldiers.
Military Cemetery in Soča – ACCESS TO THE MILITARY CEMETERY
The cemetery lies next to the Bovec – Vršič road in the village of Soča, next to the civilian cemetery behind the Church of St Joseph.