East of the village of Zalošče, in the area called Gmajna, there is an Austro-Hungarian military cemetery from World War I. Buried here are the Austro-Hungarian soldiers who died in the nearby hospital. According to the data of Italian authorities that organized exhumation of soldiers from military cemeteries in the 1930s, 120 soldiers rest here.
The two military cemeteries lie at the fringe of Zalošče. The military cemetery Zalošče I is situated in the immediate vicinity of the Church of St. Lawrence at Zalošče, and the military cemetery Zalošče II is situated on the hill northeast of the village.
The easiest access to the cemetery Zalošče I is by the road from Dornberk to Zalošče. At the first turnoff in Zalošče (just behind the bridge over the Vipava), turn right and follow the signposts for the Church of St. Lawrence.
The easiest access to the cemetery Zalošče II is by the road from Zalošče towards Batuje. At the end of the village of Zalošče turn left on a macadam track, after less than 150 metres turn right at the first fork, then the cart track leads you through the vineyards to the edge of the hill, where the military cemetery lies in a clearing of a minor grove.