The Most Beautiful Tomb in The World - Consists of 10 Beautiful Cemetery


Tomb is the final resting place of human beings. any animate beings must feel dead. The following are some tombs in a beautiful world


1. Recoleta, Buenos Aires, Argentina



A cemetery area of 5.5 hectares located in the Recolate area, Buenos Aires, Argentina. This cemetery there are the graves of famous people, include  ex first lady Evita Peron, actress Zully Moreno, and some Argentina President


A cemetery area of 5.5 hectares located in the Recolate area, Buenos Aires, Argentina. This cemetery there are the graves of famous people, include  ex first lady Evita Peron, actress Zully Moreno, and some Argentina President which are Agustin Pedro Justo, Arturo Umberto Illia, Bartolome Mitre, Carlos Pellegrini, dominggo Faustino, sarmiento, Eduardo Lonardi, Hipolito Yrigoyen, José Figueroa alcorta, Jose Maria Guido, Julio Argentino Roca, Luis saenz pena, Manuel quintana, marcelo torcuato de alvear, Nicolas Avellaneda, Pedro Eugenio aramburu, Raul Alfonsin, Rogue Saenz Pena, and Victorino de la Plaza.  


In the entrance to the grave-shaped neo classical. In this cemetery also contains the grave that are decorated with a sculpture image with various styles of architecture like Art Deco, Art Nouveau, Baroque, and Neo-ghotic.  Design of the cemetery is look alike cluster area.


2. Newgrange Cemetery, Irlandia


Cemetery that located in Country Meath, Leinster, in irish country's east is one of the buildings or monuments of pre-history of the most impressive and majestic in the world. Built around the year 3300 up to 2900 BC during the period neolithikum, the building area is round like a bunker


Cemetery that located in Country Meath, Leinster, in irish country's east is one of the buildings or monuments of pre-history of the most impressive and majestic in the world. Built around the year 3300 up to 2900 BC during the period neolithikum, the building area is round like a bunker, has an area of 4046 m2 with a height of 12 meters, this mysterious tomb are very large. 


This building actually consists of the composition of the rocks were very neat and there are a number of megalithic carved stone relics. This indicates that a sturdy building is indeed a very old age, even older than the Giza pyramids and Stonehenge. Geological analysis result shows that stone that use to built the buildings imported from beach rocks at Clogherhead, Co louth, about 20 kilometers northeast carried by sea transportation. 


This buildings also have similar design with Other Neolithic relics in western europe, such as Maeshowe cemetery in Orkney, Scotlandia and Bryn Celli Ddu in Wales.


3. Pere Lachaise
the biggest Cemetery that located in paris, france. This vast cemetery reaches 44 hectares. Known as the graveyard of the most visited tourists in the world and Success to attract hundreds of thousands of visitors each year. This cemetery also is one of the three places first world war memorial.


Here is the biggest Cemetery that located in paris, france. This vast cemetery reaches 44 hectares. Known as the graveyard of the most visited tourists in the world and Success to attract hundreds of thousands of visitors each year. This cemetery also is one of the three places first world war memorial. Name of this cemetery area is taken from the name of a confessor of King Louis IV, namely Pere Francois de la Chaise. 
The first person buried here was a 5-year-old girl named Adelaide Pailliard de Villeneuve. 


4. No. 1 St. Louis, New Orleans, United States


This cemetery is famous as the iconic 1969 movie, Easy Rider that starring dennis hopper and peter fonda. A beautiful 18th century cemetery that design with a dome above ground. All the grave was located above ground vaults. the dome is a tradition of France and Spain to overcome the problem of groundwater


This cemetery is famous as the iconic 1969 movie, Easy Rider that starring dennis hopper and peter fonda. A beautiful 18th century cemetery that design with a dome above ground. All the grave was located above ground vaults. the dome is a tradition of France and Spain to overcome the problem of groundwater. 


Etienne de Bore, Homer Plessy, and Ernest N "Dutch" Morial are new orleans famous citizens are buried here.


5. Punta Arenas, Chile
The Most Beautiful Tomb in The World - Punta Arenas is a a commune and the capital of the southern region of chili, Magallanes and antartica chilena. At the foot of patagonia has a unique cemetery with an area of 4 hectares near the beach positions


Punta Arenas is a a commune and the capital of the southern region of chili, Magallanes and antartica chilena. At the foot of patagonia has a unique cemetery with an area of 4 hectares near the beach positions. This cemetery is surrounded by a lot of pine trees and has a tomb made of white marble.


6. Central cemetery, Vienna, Austria


Cemetery located in Simmering District, Austria its the second biggest  cemetery in Europe. The central word in the name of the cemetery is not referring to the location but the importance position's as a burial place most in austria. Cause of the importance of this place for residents of austria, a musician named "Wolfgang Ambos" create a song that title "Long Live the Zentralfriedhof" as a mark of honour.



Is not ordinary cemetery, Cemetery located in Simmering District, Austria its the second biggest  cemetery in Europe. The central word in the name of the cemetery is not referring to the location but the importance position's as a burial place most in austria. Cause of the importance of this place for residents of austria, a musician named "Wolfgang Ambos" create a song that title "Long Live the Zentralfriedhof" as a mark of honour.


Lot of people call that Cemetery as a beautiful garden. Some world famous composers are buried here like Beethoven, Schubert, and others.


7. Mirogoj cemetery - Zagreb Croatia


Mirogoj is one of the most beautiful cemeteries throughout Europe. Was built during the early part of the twentieth century in the neo-renaissance style, the burial place has a beautiful dome, flower gardens and walkways. 


Many Famous people in Croatia choose this cemetery to be their final resting. Which is are First President Sosialis of Croatian "Vladimir Nazor"; Former Foreign Minister and Prime Minister of Croatian "Ivan Subasic" First President Republic of Croatian "Franjo Tudman" Nobel Prize winners in chemistry "Vladimir Prelog" and much more.


8. Highgate Cemetery, London, England 


Highgate cemetery is located in north London, England. This cemetery is divided into two parts, east and west. There are approximately 170,000 people are buried around 53,000 tombstones in Highgate Cemetery. 
This cemetery is also a nature reserve in London. Not only that, but this place also has its own vampire legend. One night in 1963, two 16 years old girls was walking home from the village High Gate, when they walked passed through the cemetery, a figure appear from the grave and its make them very frightened. For over next years a lot of stories that tell about " Tall Black Figure" which according to locals was part of the vampire legend that appears, which is proven by the discovery of corpse animal were drained of blood. The legend of the vampire in place continues to grow until now.


Many famous people buried here among others are Michael Faraday (chemist and physicist), Karl Marx (philosophers, historical, social and economic), Sir Ralph Richardson (actor), Patrick Wymark (actor), Mrs Henry Wood (writer) and many more.


9. Westminster Abbey (England) 


Is a very famous gothic church in london. Although the church building is not as great and grand as the other buildings of ancient buildings. But that makes the buildings that constructed by the Reverend Benedictine in the 10th century is who is buried there. Westminster Abbey is cemetery place of the Kings of English Kings and other royalty. 


On development, This cemetery became the last place all the great English People such as Geoffrey Chaucer (Father of English Literature / English poet The medieval), Charles Dickens (novelist largest English during the reign of Queen Victoria), Thomas Hardy (poet and novelist English), Rudyard Kipling (winner of the Nobel Peace Prize in 1907 for the field of literature), Alfred Tennyson (poet officially empire during the reign of Queen Victoria), Sir Isaac Newton (British scientist who is recognized as the largest and the most influential ever), Charles Darwin ( Mr Evolution), Ernest Rutherford (the father of nuclear physics), William Wilberforce (British politician who abolished slavery in Britain) and William Pitt (the former British Prime Minister).


However, Westminster Abbey is not only famous as the grave yard. Throughout recorded history there were 16 times the British royal wedding that took place in this place, including the wedding of Queen Elizabeth II with the Duke of Edinburgh, Lieutenant Philip Mountbatten in 1947. The other of whom is a marriage between Princess Anne to Captain Mark Phillips; Wedding Duke of York, Prince Andrew to Sarah Ferguson and the latter is a marriage between the Duke of Cambridge, Prince William and Catherine Middleton.


10. Bonaventure, Georgia, Unites States


The cemetery area of 0.65 square kilometers with a panoramic view of beautiful oak near Wilmington River, east of Savannah, Georgia. This place became famous after immortalized in a book and a movie title "Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil". These cemetery are not frightening at all  for the tourists.

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