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Cimitero Monumentale del Verano

Piazzale del Verano 1, 00185 Rome, Italy
+39 06 492361
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The Campo Verano was founded in the early 19th century. Reasonably clean and with an interesting... read more

Reviewed 30 June 2017
john h
Quillan, France
Cemetery with beautiful architecture and landscapi. Verano, rome

As I wonder off from the direction of my hotel I found myself about 2 or 3 km from my hotel, an... read more

Reviewed 25 December 2015
Abimbola A
Province of Milan, Italy
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30 Jun 2017
25 Dec 2015
“Cemetery with beautiful architecture and landscapi. Verano, rome”
Piazzale del Verano 1, 00185 Rome, Italy
San Lorenzo
+39 06 492361
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Reviewed 30 June 2017

The Campo Verano was founded in the early 19th century. Reasonably clean and with an interesting collection of monumental architecture and a grand church. The cemetery is apparently divided into sections: the Jewish cemetery, the Catholic cemetery, and the monument to the victims of World War 1. We found no...More

2  Thank john h
Reviewed 25 December 2015

As I wonder off from the direction of my hotel I found myself about 2 or 3 km from my hotel, an Italian told me of the famous cemetry so here are some photos. My experience was more dip in what I saw but I...More

1  Thank Abimbola A
Reviewed 12 November 2015

In 1959, a relative visited. Pictures sent by me were taken during that visit. There are excellent monuments and graveyards. It is a soothing place and especially I had the opportunity to visit the grave of Private in the picture.

2  Thank Aydin A
Reviewed 20 September 2015

Walking in a cemetery can be very soothing and tranquil. I really like this serene cimitero with beautiful architecture and landscaping. You should really take your time when you visit this place as it is really big. Just wander around and let yourself be surprised...More

1  Thank Valerie D
Reviewed 1 September 2015

Whilst waiting for the Basilica di San Lorenzo to open, we wandered further up the piazza and were amazed to find the entrance of the huge Verano cemetery. With time to spare we wandered in without expectation. We were in awe. The architecture, individual crypts...More

Thank SoloTogether
Reviewed 15 July 2015

huge park, surrounded by great walls. many of the graves are build into the walls of massive buildings (i think from the 1890s-1930) and look impressive. they reminded me a bit of libraries, there are ladders everywhere so people can reach the upper floors. some...More

2  Thank Alex V
Reviewed 9 December 2014

I went to the Verano for a funeral and many of my ancestors are buried there. It dawned on me the last time I was there, that it would probably be of interest to people as there are beautiful family monuments with sculptures, beautiful trees,...More

2  Thank Priscila P
Reviewed 12 October 2014

We like to visit graveyards during our travels, both home and abroad. This graveyard is vast, so we did not plan to wander through the entire area. Nor did we need to, as even a relatively short walk offers diverse sights. One needs to climb...More

1  Thank Hulaus
Reviewed 2 January 2013

Although the Accatolica (non-Catholic, or Protestant-foreingners cemetery) gets more attention for its famous patrons (Keats, Shelley, etc), the Monumental cemetery of the Verano more than makes up for that, with beautiful crypts, mosaic inlaid tombs, and beautiful statues and architecture. Give yourself a minimum of...More

6  Thank DomenicV
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