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The Johannisfriedhof is a famous cemetery in Nuremberg with a lot of historic epitaphs as well as significant lying tombstones. Its history dates back to the 11th century and you still can see the Saint Johannis Church which was built in the 13th century.
Enjoyed a great visit to Nuremberg including a visit to cemetery. Similar to graves in New Orleans which are above ground. I inquired of our guide the splendor of the flowers. He explained the graves are leased for 25 years with a commitment to also...More
My reason for visiting this cemetery is one of my oldest and best American friends last wish was to be buried at St Johannis that his body would remain in an area of Germany he lived in for over 50 years within sight of his...More
Over the years I have seen many cemeteries up close or in passing. This one is one of a kind. There are fresh cut flowers everywhere and it is simply beautiful. This is a fascinating and historical old location and landmark.
This was a site that one member of our group wanted to visit. We strolled around the cemetary, just as a service was concluding in the chapel. We did walk into the chapel following the service, but didn't stay because we felt like we were...More