A place of rest and commemoration, engaging and evocative, a beautiful site of repose for those long gone and the living. An architectural testament to the skills and talents of the designers, masons and sculptors, as illustrated by the great variety of headstones, crosses, monuments and mausoleums. We wandered around, reading the names and dates, the various epitaphs and loving recollections from those left behind. Sad to see the names of so many children who died in infancy and the generally shorter lifespans, making me feel fortunate considering our expectations in the present day. A great place, blessed by nature, for quiet contemplation, respect and reverence, enjoying the sunshine and views, trying to imagine the lives of the people before you and pondering on life's imponderables.
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