No matter what time of year you visit, this place is hauntingly beautiful. It has a rich history - a lot of Rochester's founders and natives are buried here - and amazing views. It is situated amongst rolling hills, filled with old tombstones, crypts, and natural trees and plants that seem to be perfectly placed. I would highly recommend a visit, every season if possible!
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