Conspicuous wealth isn’t limited to life on earth, it seems. There are many amazing examples of architectural masterpieces built for
A list of 10 tombs to visit in Recoleta Cemetery, the last stop for Argentina’s most celebrated (and controversial) presidents, intellectuals, and entertainers.
A mostly forgotten outcropping at Green-Wood Cemetery also holds some great Revolutionary War history: the beginning of the Battle of Brooklyn (Long Island)
The fabled Sleepy Hollow Cemetery of Tarrytown, NY seeks contribution to restore the Washington Irving family plot which has fallen into disrepair.
On a visit to Green-Wood Cemetery in Sunset Park, Brooklyn, you might notice this magnificent little abandoned greenhouse across the street from the entrance.
Green-wood Cemetery website has a large resolution map which allows you to zoom in and see the names of every path. Yes, each and every tiny path is named.
In the Basque country of France is L'Abbe Cestac, a Bernardine convent of silent nuns who are buried in carefully molded sand tombstones.
In Prospect Park, off of Center Drive, there are two thousand gravestones and buried bodies older than the park itself in a cemetery owned by the Quakers.
New York City has its share of haunted spots, like Washington Square Park, a former burial site, the New Amsterdam
One of the largest cemeteries in NYC, Queens' Calvary Cemetery boasts over 3 million burials, a number greater than the living population of the borough. Explore this city of the dead with us as we uncover its hidden cultural and architectural treasures.