Non-Catholic Cemetery, Rome

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Non-Catholic Cemetery, Rome, Italy

Near the Pyramid of Caio Cestio, this little and fascinating cemetery used to be the burial place for those foreigners, who were not accepted in the Catholic ones. Among others, John Keats, Percy Bysshe Shelley and Antonio Gramsci were buried there in the shade of pine and cypress trees.

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