Pleasant resting place of many children and people. There is a high traumatic death rate for many of its occupants and there is a little book you can buy in the entry lodge for 5 euros describing their stories. Most moving are the small shell graves of the children, many of whom died from infectious diseases. One family buried 3 young children here. They were from Shewalton Ayrshire. Although originally designed as a graveyard for English Protestants this site is home to several nationalities and religions.
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