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Grave site of Charles Darwin at Westminster Abbey...I like...

A Wreath From Down House is Placed On The Grave Of Charles Darwin

Cemetery, ethiopia

Probably the world’s most dangerous graveyard, Greyfriar is so renowned for its violent paranormal activity that it was made inaccessible to tourists. Apparently, among the “attractions” of this place are objects being thrown at people, evil laughter, and visitors fainting or being injured or cut by unknown beings. Not a great place to rest for eternity

Abney Park Cemetery and Catacombs in Stoke Newington. Built in the early 18th century by Lady Mary Abney.

Boothill Cemetery in Billings, Montana. It served as the cemetery for the town (which was then called Coulson) from 1877 to 1885. It's so named because many of the people who are buried there died with their boots on.

A picture taken in a cemetery. It said "In loving memory of our only son."

Bullet Holes in Gravestone: Avery Denison

Granite in My Blood: Tombstone Tuesday: Avery Denison

Headstone of Capt. John Gray Family - Old Calton Cemetary

The graveyard at Killanny, County Monaghan, Ireland

two infants Bonaventure Cemetery Savannah, Georgia

Bonaventure Cemetery

Old cemetery in the woods close to Innsbruck/Tyrol, Austria

Alleyrat (Corrèze) Croix Saint Jean, route d'Ussel.

Mary Shelley's Grave, St Peter's Church, Bournemouth, Dorset, England

Paul Revere's grave stone.....Granary Burying Ground....Boston, MA.

Mausoleum Row in Montmartre Cemetery, Paris, France

Beautiful light in an old graveyard

Grave of Florence Nightingale in St. Margaret Church in East Wellow, England Photo by JoAnn Widerquist

AAHN Gravesites of Prominent Nurses - Nightingale