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The cemetery is the final resting place of people like Molière, Jim Morrison, Balzac, and many others. And the rich and spellbinding monuments and tombs made in their honor represent the best from artists of the late 19th century and beginning of the 20th, such as Léopold Morice, Auguste Blanqui, and Aimé-Jules Dalou. Paul Moreau-Vauthier’s monument to the victims of revolution, the Mur des Fédérés, on Avenue Gambetta is a particularly striking piece. It refers to one of the darkest periods of French history, “The Commune,” and the stones used still bear the bullet holes where 147 combatants were shot.
Emblematic monument of Paris. - Stunning view on Paris - It is the largest cemetery in the city with 44 hectares. With more than 3.5 million visitors annually, it is the most visited necropolis in the world. - Crowds of celebrities are resting there; Molière, Jean de La Fontaine, Honoré de Balzac,…
Sounds weird to recommend a cemetery, but this one feels more like a park out of Tim Burton's imagination. very lovely and not crowded at all.
One of the most famous cemetry in Paris. A lot of famous people are burried here.
Direct access from Rue de La Réunion just after Monop supermarket on the right, a peaceful place just near Edith Piaf.
Le cimetière du Père Lachaise Plus qu’un cimetière, c’est un vrai parc arboré agréable pour se balader, et flâner entre les personnalités et les inconnus qui y ont élu domicile. Écrivains, peintres, scientifiques, militaires, musiciens... Je vous conseille l’appli Père-lachaise pour vous guider,…
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