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This is a great place to visit especially if you are interested in find out the different people who lived in the area. There are a wide variety of nationalities buried here, included Webb Ellis who invented rugby, his plaque is on one of the...More
I thought by the Church I will get a good view of Sunrise but actually if you walk to the highest point of the cemetary, there is a beautiful outlook with benches beside the top gate, worth every step to see this view!
The Old Cemetery is fascinating for a sense of 19th century history. Many British and Russian aristocrats came to Menton in the late 19th century and many died here, some with TB. The place is peaceful and the views are spectacular.
Site of William Webb Ellis' grave, an interesting climb up through the 16th Century old town brings you to the well-signposted graveyard. I wouldn't describe it as fun but it is fascinating to see. Many of the local French resistance from WWII have graves marked...More