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|Denmarks most famous cemetary. Here you can find the graves of Hans Christian Andersen, Hans Christian Oersted (discovered electromagnetism), Soren Kierkegaard, Niels Bohr and family and Ben Webster.||02/02/2006||517|
|Once in threat of being shut down, Otis still stands today. Landing as a historical place, the National Cemetary is a beautiful place!||12/11/2005||361|
|This cable car goes from Stuttgart-Hesslach to the Waldfriedhof (Cemetary in the forest) and was opened 1929.|
It climbs up to an altitude of 90 meters (985 feet).
Because it goes to the cemetary it soon got a nick name, Witwen-Express (widdow-express).
It has two waggons made of teak
|This is the fourth cemetary in Nuuk. The three others are marked too.|
Funerals in Greenland are a problem because you can't dig a hole like we do. There is a low level of soil to dig down, then you hit the cliff.
The coffin is placed as normal and covered by the soil. Then the grave is marked by small stones and plastic flowes (Normal flowers are very expensive in Greenlan...
|Oakland Cemetary in Atlanta, GA. Burial place of the famous writer who wrote the novell Gone With The Wind.||02/07/2006||324|
|K-6 school in Phoenix, AZ.|
It's located adjacent to a cemetary.
|This above-ground crypt in New Orleans' St. Louis Cemetary #1 is reputed to contain the remains of Marie Laveau, the noted and powerful nineteenth-century Voudoun priestess.||08/16/2005||393|
|This is the Morumbi Cemetary in Sao Paulo (Brasil)|
Here lies the grave of Ayrton Senna da Silva, the best Formula 1 driver ever (Sorry Michael Schumacher).
|Tomb of the Unknown Soldier Arlington National cemetary. The guard appears to be at the North end of the path. The Tomb contains the remains of unknown American soldiers from World Wars I and II, the Korean Conflict and (until 1998) the Vietnam War. Each was presented with the Medal of Honor at the time of interment and the medals||03/11/2007||876|
|It was near this site in 1996 that a underground tomb that contained about 150 mummies all clad in gold from their head to their chest They were called the golden mummies. The actual excavation didn't start until 1999 because of money constraints but it is believed that there may be thousands of these mummies burried in this cemetary and the excavation could take as long as 50 years. I have bee...||03/17/2007||471|