Zambia, Copperbelt, NDOLA district, Bwana Mkubwa Mine Cemetery
Bwana Mkubwa was the first copper mine to be established on the now Zambian Copperbelt.
After World War 2, a small Polish refugee camp was established there, and this explains the presence of Polish graves.
The cemetery is located in the general area to the south east of the old Open Pit; the location is shown on the mine Survey Plan E/F/15C.
Album incomplete, we only have the overview photos.
eGGSA captions done by: Gail Röthlin, Dal Good and Riana le Roux.
Information also available on the GGSA Cemetery DVD:-
Cemetery ID: 2121
Names in cemetery: 37
Google Earth Project Information:-
GPS: -13 01.611, 28 42.080
Date: 16 Jun 2010
Contributed by: PS and BS Moss
Size: 4 items