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Take in the intriguing atmosphere of a large and typical Japanese cemetery, and…

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St. Andrews Cathedral

The remains of what was Scotland’s largest and most magnificent church still show how impressive St Andrews Cathedral must have been in its prime.

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Day Trip from Dublin: Romantic Wicklow Ireland

I loved the ground she walked upon - Wicklow, Ireland| The Travel Tester I know it's strange to want to visit a cemetery as part of your bucket list...but ya know...

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I loved the ground she walked upon - Wicklow, Ireland

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Sterling is the largest city in Central Scotland. The city is clustered around a large fortress and medieval old-town.

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Forest Home Cemetery, Illinois - The United Ancient Order of Druids (UAOD), fraternal order, founded in England in 1781-This monument, erected in 1888, contains symbols associated with UAOD-the "logs" arranged in concentric circles, the all-seeing eye within the triangle, and shrouded figure of the Druid

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OCCULT VIEW » CEMETERY

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Why Victorian-era Southerners created seashell graves and where you can still see them

The sea shall take them home. According to "The New Encyclopedia of Southern Culture," seashells were a representation to slaves of returning to Africa: "They said the sea had brought them to their new country and the sea would return them to Africa when they died." So whether the shells were scattered or cemented into place, "they are meant as a symbol that ensures a safe journey is made to that unknown shore where everlasting life is possible

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Tomb of Liliana Crociati (1970), sculpture by Wilfredo Viladrich - Recoleta Cemetery (Buenos Aires)

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Cemetery headstone with Whitby Abbey behind, Whitby, North Yorkshire, England. There is a hostel right over that wall, we stayed in Jan. 2005. Part of Dracula is set in this cemetery.

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Cemeteries- Edinburgh Castle, Scotland - view from the graveyard

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Exploring Hyde Park’s Hidden Pet Cemetery

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Exploring Hyde Park's Hidden Pet Cemetery

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