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Sir John Monash Centre, Fouilloy

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Must see · Military Museum · Museum
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The Sir John Monash Centre is a museum and interpretive centre that commemorates Australian servicemen and women who served on the Western Front during the First World War. The centre, located near the village of Villers-Bretonneux (Somme) in northern France, is set behind the Villers–Bretonneux Australian National Memorial and within the military cemetery. The centre opened in April 2018.
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  • We travelled around the area to see all the battle sides and memorials. There are several good museums in the area, but this one was our favorite. It is free of charge, really interactive and... 
    We travelled around the area to see all the battle sides and memorials. There are several good museums in the area, but this one was our favorite. It is free of charge, really interactive and...  more »
  • Very impressive experience to be at this cemetery. I was astonished that so many young people died for the freedom of europa. May there souls be remembered for ever. The exhibition was very... 
    Very impressive experience to be at this cemetery. I was astonished that so many young people died for the freedom of europa. May there souls be remembered for ever. The exhibition was very...  more »
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  • Brilliant place. Very moving. Once you start to use the app for the commentary it's so easy. The film is a must see.....quite an eye opener. Too much to take in at one go so will definitely be returning. Lovely cafe was very welcoming.
  • Construction is nice but the story telling is largely technology-driven. You can't get much out of it without driving the whiz-bang interactive videos. And someone else is inevitably already using the system you want, even when there's very few people there. The way out is not obvious.

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