The red dragon, built on a dolmen (in Welsh "cromlech"), stands in the middle of an area that was conquered by Welsh troops on 31 July 1917. It looks in the direction of Passchendaele, the village that would only be taken three months later at the expense of half a million victims. The surrounding park is dedicated to all Welsh people involved in the Great War, both soldiers and civilians.

Where

 8920 Langemark-Poelkapelle

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