Père Lachaise: Where Paris Rests

If you’re ever lucky enough to visit Paris, Père Lachaise Cemetery is a good reason to venture out to the 20th.  If you can’t make it take the virtual tour.

Whether you’re searching for a famous author, artist or rock star, Père Lachaise Cemetery is the place to pay your respects and see something totally different.

Rossini

Marcel Proust

Edith Piaf

Oscar Wilde

Modigliani

Delacroix

The Oldest Cat In The World

Jim Morrison

Ravensbruck

May all of them rest in peace.

© 2010 J. H-M and CultureChoc2010.

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3 responses to “Père Lachaise: Where Paris Rests

  1. I love that people are still leaving fresh flowers on the graves of long dead cultural heros/heroines like Edith Piaf and Proust.

  2. The “oldest cat in the world” is adorable. I also love the ornate statues – very peaceful.

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