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"Never take life too seriously.... Nobody gets out alive anyway"~♛

This is the grave that contains Mozart's wife, Mozart's father, and Constanze Mozart's second husband. There is something profoundly absurd about this arrangement since Mozart's wife and father despised each other, and now they're stuck together forever. And what would crusty old Leopold have though about the second husband being there, too?

Vernon served as a pilot during World War I for the Royal Flying Corps and later as a training instructor for American pilots. While conducting flight maneuvers at Benbrook Field near Fort Worth, Texas his plane crashed, killing him instantly (February 5th 1918 aged 30)

The Angel of the Night (1885) by Giulio Monteverde, Primo Zonca grave, Quadriportico, Verano Monumental Cemetery, Rome

A little girl lovingly memorialized forever. Apparently, there are many markers entombed in glass. This is MA...and is over 100 years old.

Graves...would like this better in b/w

The Hardy Tree, St Pancras churchyard, London. An "art installation" by Thomas Hardy (the author) who was tasked with disinterring the bodies in the graveyard so the railroad could cut through it. ~ by O.F.E., via Flickr

cemetery ~ No, you can't fast forward ~ It's one way and one way only...walk the lonesome road by yourself, no one else can do it for you...

7th Cavalry at Arlington to memorialize the Horses that were killed in the Civil War, 1860s

Celtic Cross - absolutely hauntingly beautiful

Paris- Père Lachaise graveyard. The catacombs sit underneath this graveyard, even more of a wonder!