The history of Saint Lambertchurch can be traced back to the 1100s, where stood a church made of wood. The church was later renovated and built with the commonly found Tuff stone in the 14th Century. Saint Lambertchurch’s tower boasts of being from the 1430s while the nave was rebuilt in 1500s. Though the church is a Catholic church since 1800s, this has been a worship place for the Protestant Christians and has been used as a prison as well as a town hall in the past.
Mierlo War Cemetery is a one of a kind site of memorial located in the village of Mierlo in Netherlands. This Commonwealth battle site is housed at 68 Geldropseweg. Dating back to the 1940s, the cemetery was established post World War II. Home to the burials of the victims, the region is often flocked by locals and tourists owing to its historical importance. The cemetery is home to 665 graves out of which 664 belong to the Commonwealth of Nations soldiers.