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GIS of the Military Cemetery and Hero’s cemetery in Debrecen

Military Cemetery and Hero’s cemetery in Debrecen
The Military Cemetary, or as many Debrecen citizens call it, the Hero’s cemetery is one of Debrecen’s anciest heritages. The first to be buried here were the soldiers fallen at battle near Debrecen, at the 2nd of August, 1849.
The “Életminőség Alapítvány” of Debrecen (the “Lifequality foundation of Debrecen”) in the program of „Debrecen nyugvó öröksége /NEA-E-12-0066/” (“The cemetery heritage of Debrecen”) started to process the cemetery’s geographical information and sharing it with the wider public. The work is ongoing, we appreciate the feedback to develop or correct something, we provide space for every information that fits in our website’s database.

Web publication of DTTTA - Debrecen

DTTTA - Debrecen áttekintő kép

This is an ErdaGis system made for the database of the DTTTA (GSSHDCD) - Reconstruction of the Geo-social Structure of Debrecen City in 1870-72 project.

Project duration: 01-05-2010 - 30-06-2013

Lead researcher: Dr. János Mazsu, University of Debrecen (Debreceni Egyetem)
Joined the research: Dr. István Orosz and Péter Forisek University of Debrecen (Debreceni Egyetem) 

External expert members of the program:
József Papp Microfilm library of DMJV; György Csáki and  Norbert
Vásárhelyi Erda Ltd.