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Cemiterio dos Prazeres

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Cemiterio dos Prazeres

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Anik L wrote a review May 2020
Montreal, Canada654 contributions94 helpful votes
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Really beautiful place to wander around. The cemetery is clean, safe, and well kept. You could easily spend one hour here walking around. Graves look like miniature houses here. The cemetery itself sits on the edge of the river, with fabulous views of the bridge at the end. Easy to access the cemetery is located at the terminus of the famous 28th tram. Just don’t forget that this is a cemetery and act with respect, its not Disneyland.
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Date of experience: June 2019
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Anne D wrote a review Dec 2019
25 contributions45 helpful votes
At the end of tram 28’s route, this cemetery is absolutely fascinating. The mausoleums vary widely from the small and simple to the large and elaborate. The fact that many have windows, so that you can see the caskets themselves, is something I’ve not seen before. It’s worth an hour or two.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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debbielawley wrote a review Oct 2019
Bath, United Kingdom23 contributions2 helpful votes
If you go to the end of the tram line 28, you come across this amazing cemetery. Do go and have a wander. Apparently founded after a cholera outbreak in 1830s, each family has a little 'house' where the coffins are stored. Creepy but fascinating.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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IAN D wrote a review Jul 2019
Wigan, United Kingdom17,950 contributions3,110 helpful votes
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I came across by accident but what an amazing place. I don't usually frequent cemeteries but this is so ornate. Some of the memorials are true works of art. A lot of wealth can be seen in the sizes of the tombs.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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SEs wrote a review May 2019
London, United Kingdom24,606 contributions1,391 helpful votes
This is a normal Cemetery not a tourist attraction. If you like Cemeteries you can visit, otherwise go past.
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Date of experience: April 2019
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