Cemeteries – they remind us of our forgotten past, and hint us on our imminent future.

Wherever we go, if time and distance permits, we try to make a visit to the local cemeteries. Cemeteries around the world have distinct styles, and talks a lot about the people of that region. They have a lot in common too…

With all due respects to the life that passed by, here are a few from our collection of >> Cemeteries from Around the World <<

Cemetery at the Alps: at Valsavarenche, Aosta, Italy
Cemetery at the Alps: at Valsavarenche, Aosta, Italy

Turkish Cemetery at the Island of Rhodes, Greece
Turkish Cemetery at the Island of Rhodes, Greece

Cemetery at Kadamattom, Kerala, India
Cemetery at Kadamattom, Kerala, India

Samurai [Nanbu Clan] Cemetery at Hakodate, Hokkaido, Japan
Samurai [of the Nanbu Clan] Cemetery at Hakodate in Hokkaido, Japan

 
Snapshots from the famous European Cemetery at Certosa, Bologna, Italy, which have many artistic and environmental graves:

Cemetery Certosa, Bologna, Italy
Past fuels the Present.

Lizard at Cemetery Certosa, Bologna, Italy
An italian lizard and its family have its home here.

Lizard at Cemetery Certosa, Bologna, Italy
Lizard among the Succulents on the grave.

 

and am sure you would like this photograph taken by Sarah, titled “Resurrected”:
Cemetery at the Alps: at Valsavarenche, Aosta, Italy
Cemetery at the Alps: at Valsavarenche, Aosta, Italy

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