Wednesday, August 29, 2012

Graveyards in Genoa

 Genoa from the ship
view from the densely packed cemetery



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8 comments:

Nicola Carpenter said...

It looks so beautiful and well cared for.

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Roger Owen Green said...

lovely, but very crowded!
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CaT said...

very crowded indeed!
i wonder whether its the perspective or that the gravebeds are just quite small?

VioletSky said...

@CaT - the grave plots were smaller than one would have expected. no wasted space, I guess.

Joy said...

The only cemetery I've seen as dense as that are the military ones although this one has far more flowers. I would imagine a very gregarious Italian afterlife.

Annie said...

I like how close together they are. It's very intimate. And each a place for sitting and reflection.

biebkriebels said...

Ah yes, Genoa, the cemetery has so much to show. I made so many photos as you did too I see.

Julie said...

Us with our wide open spaces down here in Australia, find cemeteries like this a bit hard to contend with. They are beautiful, but you could be exhausted and only have done one row of the cemetery!

I do like the colour and 'life' that flowers add to a cemetery, but then, I also like just a little bit of grass around the graves.

I must admit that I often sit on graves when they have concrete 'coffins' on top of them. Sit and talk to the long dead all around me.

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