graveyards


Spend more time in graveyards

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San Pedro de Atacama, Chile

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Chichicastenango, Guatemala

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Chugchilan, Ecuador

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Buenos Aires, Argentina

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Hof, Iceland

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Ireland

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Hallstat, Austria

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Beilstein, Germany

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Lauterbrunnen, Switzerland

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Paris, France

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Gallipoli Peninsula

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Konya, Turkey


Tzfat, Israel

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Kyoto, Japan

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Koyasan, Japan

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Cambridge MA Old Burial Ground

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New Orleans

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Washington DC

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Buffalo New York

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Lynden Ontario

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Erin Ontario

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Toronto Mount Pleasant

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Toronto Saint John’s York Mills

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Toronto St James

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Toronto Necropolis


Bermuda

p.s. he says remember hermann: As you walk through the cemetery, notice the old iron crosses, somewhat unique for a German community that prided itself on stone and brick. The first Roman Catholic cemeteries in the area used wooden and wrought iron crosses. Local blacksmiths made the iron crosses, a generations-old tradition brought here by the Germans. In the Protestant cemeteries, the earliest gravestones were made of cotton rock and sandstone cut by local artisans. A number of these, dating from the 1850s, can be seen in the Hermann City Cemetery on East Hill