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Cimitero Acattolico
Cimitero Acattolico Copyright Ho Visto Nina Volare (Flickr)
Cimitero Acattolico Renowned cemetery from 1716

Even though this cemetery contains the graves of Jews, Muslims and other non-Christians, it is known as the ‘Protestant Cemetery’. Cimitero Acattolico started to be used in 1716, it is now one of Europe’s oldest burial grounds. Nowhere you find so much notable graves gathered in one place. Among others artists, this cemetery is the final resting place of the poets Shelley and Keats. You can really feel the artistic sphere on this holy land; a poetic, melancholic and timeless place…

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