Cimetière du Père Lachaise

The biggest graveyard in Paris, France. A vast space with over 200 year old graves, temples and figurines. You can walk for hours through this crowded necropolis and watch out for the graves of lots of celebrities. Not an easy game because of the high number of paths and sepultures.

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Buried on Père Lachaise are for example Apollinaire, Balzac, Bourdieu, Chopin, Delacroix, Molière, Pissarro, Proust, Saint-Exupéry, Seurat and Wilde. Most attention is drawn by the graves of Edith Piaf and Jim Morrison, former singer of “The Doors”.

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