Paris may be most famous for its catacombs,but they exist all around the world, including in New York City, London, and Rome.
Evergreen Memorial Park was established in 1877 as the first official and sanctioned cemetery in Los Angeles. Find out what notable citizens call it their final resting place!
New York’s wealthiest citizens built mausoleums in Woodlawn Cemetery with grandeur that matched the 5th Avenue mansions they spent their living years in.
The famous and infamous residents of Père Lachaise.
The treasures of the Montparnasse Cemetery are revealed.
The first in an ongoing series on the cemeteries of Paris.
An inside look into some of the select tombs and catacombs featured on the OHNY Green-Wood tour.
I love this music venue--it's small which means you can get really close to the bands, there's always a great lineup of bands from all-over the world, it's perched atop an old railroad track and it's in a hip area of town in the 20th arrondisement, next to Père Lachaise.
Exploring Père Lachaise with a Diana lomography camera.