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Kolkata the city of joy, the city runs around from day to night but if you want to take a break from the hustle and bustle of the busy city life. Just stop-by at South Park Street Cemetery.
This Place is perfect "if you need...More
I always like to visit this Cemetery when I am in Calcutta and somehow seem to come across tombs that I have missed on previous occasions.
Since my first visit about twenty years ago, the Christian Burial Board of Calcutta have done a great job...More
If you need a few moments of break from the busy city then this is an apt place within it. It is a few minutes walk from Park Street Metro Station. The ticket price is also very nominal. You are allowed to take pictures with...More
Calcutta is a challenge, a wonderful challenge. It's noisy, dirty, colourful, crowded ... In between one needs a little peace and quiet. I found this cemetery just by chance, and spent quite some time. It's a beautiful place, all the tombstones are impressive and the...More
This is a fascinating record of the foreign community in Kolkata. The graves are reasonably well kept so inscriptions are readable. It is also a tranquil retreat from the hustle and bustle of Kolkata's busy streets.
Whenever we have friends from India and abroad and they want to explore Kolkata. One of the first thing that comes to mind , is the Park street
It was opened in 1767 . All the tombs have a Gothic and Indo Saracenic style....More
This cemetery is very interesting. Cemeteries are not usually places added to holiday itinerary's but this should be the exception. My only negative remark is the amount of rubbish, but please do not let this put you off visiting it's a gentle reminder of Kolkata's...More