Albert Camus Grave, Lourmarin

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You can visit the Albert Camus Grave to pay your respects to him because he gave a new bearing to humanism. Albert Camus who died in 1960 in an automobile accident was a French Algeria-born, French Nobel Prize winning author, journalist, and philosopher. His philosophy used to be known as absurdism. Throughout his life, he opposed the philosophy of nihilism and was delving deeply into individual freedom. Camus got the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1957 for his writings against capital punishment in the essay "Réflexions sur la Guillotine". Take the guesswork out of planning a Lourmarin vacation by using our trip itinerary maker.
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  • Camus had the modesty to those who really knew the misery. His grave is in his image, simple, natural,- and some visitors place pens on his land. Somewhere quiet, touching and conducive to meditation or reflection.
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  • Nothing special, but it is possible to visit. Headstone on the grave of Albert Camus. In a beautiful park, so you can just walk around.
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  • Pity that this burial is not maintained. The family has a wonderful home in the village of Lourmarin. A college on the Tower of acute bears his name. Visit of the Castle.
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