I do not find cemeteries to be pleasant places: rows of headstones crowded into small spaces, graves with plastic flowers, an atmosphere of gloom beneath a veneer of artificial cheerfulness and usually neglect. Sooner or later we all end up there, whether to say goodbye to friends and family or taken to our own eternal residence.
Spring Grove is different: more a park and arboretum than just a cemetery. It is huge, historical and immaculately maintained. It is worth visiting for the flowers and trees alone. There are many old gravestones and monuments, some from famous Cincinnati families, others unknowns. Now they all can now spend eternity together in the same subdivision.
Spring Grove is one of the most beautiful cemeteries in the world. It is serene. If you are near Cincinnati, it is worth a trip
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