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This cemetery is not that big and famous as Pére Lachaise. But there also some famous people who found their last resting place over here. The most famous one is the tomb of the singer Dalida. They say that Alain Delon payed for her tomb...More
Enter the cemetery from Avenue Rachel off Blvd Clichy. So much different architecture on show spanning a massive variety of styles and eras. My friends and I went to find Dalida's grave, which we did eventually and it was stunning. We asked a lovely man...More
Under the busy roads lies an old cemetery with lovely architectural mausoleums that will make you awe. There are also some that need repair and you wonder what happened to their family. I visited the first week of Oct 2018 on a lovely fall day...More
Montmartre Cemetery may be overshadowed by its more famous counterpart, Père Lachaise, but I actually love it even more. Plenty of "celebrities" here but go for the wonderful statuary and tomb architecture. One unusual feature is a group of mausoleums under a section of rue...More
Off the beaten track, this is a lesser know cemetery. It is still beautiful with old graves in different states of disrepair. I would recommend visiting if in the area. No tourist traffic, no entry fee. the cemetery provides a map at the entrances to...More
This is a big cemetary where some famous people are buried including Emile Zola. I really enjoyed walking around this very well kept graveyard. Zola's tomb is easy to find as the tombs of the famous are well signposted. Plenty of space and old and...More
Yes, Pere Lachaise blah blah blah whatever...
Cimetiere de Montmartre is every bit as interesting as Pere Lachaise. As an added bonus, you won't get trampled by people racing around to get pictures of all the "important" people buried here.
This is a huge cemetery with incredibly ostentatious monuments. Graves with such size and ostentation can be excused from the 1800s, but from this era? An amazing realization that would-be Parisian Pharaohs continue to struggle to outdo each other in death. Legitimately important French history...More
They know how to do death in Paris ....not a humble grave yard....but a town of the dead...the sort of place u can see yourself laying ur head down for eternity ...streets and avenues...pure and utter class resting place for the departed...who some how still...More
I know this answer comes a little late. But when we visited, we met a nice woman who was feeding the cats. She is one of several people who take care of them so there is no need to worry for their wellbeing.