Passing through the cemeteries

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2 comments

  1. pixelsonapage

    You’d love a book, sadly long out of print, “Highgate Cemetary – Victorian Valhala” photographs by John Gay. If you ever have a chance to go there it’s amazing, I have family buried there. I believe they do guided tours on a Thursday.

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