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this is a great list! I don’t know if it because I am from New Orleans (with our cemetaries) or what but I would love to explore those 2 necropolis’. I find it always interesting way to learn about cultural beliefs and religion via their cemetaries…though Hadrian’s gardens looks amazing too.
Thanks for the kind words, Eric! Yes, I agree with you–cemeteries can teach you a ton about a culture’s beliefs and values. Some of the most famous sites around the world, such as the pyramids at Giza, are really just elaborate burial grounds.
I’ve yet to visit New Orleans, but when I do I’ll be certain to check out the cemeteries. Any specific recommendations?
P.S., I hope that you and you’re friends/family are all OK after the incident last night!