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Luminaries including Nijinsky, Degas & Zola lie in this tree-lined burial ground opened in 1825.- Google
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10 months ago
Beautiful, serene, uncrowded. It was still very colorful and green when we visited in Nov!
a year ago
I was there in March of 2014. It is a beautiful place. But you will not be able to find anything using the map you get from the attendant. Also he was rude. He would not give me a map, saying there were none. Later when I saw him give one to someone I confronted him and he gave me one. But it was worthless.
4 months ago
The woman who thinks she is police is screaming about my guide dog. We have been here for over 2 hours and she just now decides to fuss
a year ago
Find tranquility among Paris's permanent residents. Let yourself get lost and wander - you'll come across moving tributes, expressive stonework and prove that love lives long beyond death. Don't be spooked if you hear noises coming from beneath damaged graves - it's just the resident cats playing a trick on ya.
2 years ago
A beautiful large cemetery, peaceful and uncrowded A great place with the serenenity to reflect on life.