Passy Cemetery, Paris
Categories: Cemeteries, Historic Sites, Tourist Spots
Passy Cemetery is a cemetery in Passy, in the 16th arrondissement of Paris, France.HistoryThe current cemetery replaced the old cemetery, which was closed in 1802.In the early 19th century, on the orders of Napoleon I, Emperor of the French, all the cemeteries in Paris were replaced by several large new ones outside the precincts of the capital. Montmartre Cemetery was built in the north, Père Lachaise Cemetery in the east, and Montparnasse Cemetery in the south. Passy Cemetery was a later addition, but has its origins in the same edict.The current entrance was built in 1934 . The retaining wall of the cemetery is adorned with a bas relief commemorating the soldiers who fell in the Great War.Add Passy Cemetery to your Paris travel itinerary, and discover new vacation ideas by using our Paris tour planner.
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malgré le plan prêter par le conservateur impossible de s'y retrouver , le cimetière n'indique aucune allée, très dommage pour les étrangers surtout, qui sont déçus surtout les anglais! enfin voir la ... read more »Despite the plan to lend by the conservative impossible to navigate, the cemetery contains no driveway, very pity for foreigners especially, who are disappointed especially the English! Finally to see the Mayor of paris where his henchmen!show original
We had the chance to walk by the cemetery every day in our stay to Paris and very much enjoyed the architectural design. The proximity to the Eiffel Tower makes it easy to access and well worth stoppi... read more »
Situato vicino al Trocadero, questo piccolo cimitero è stato da me visitato per rendere omaggio ai pittori impressionisti Berthe Morisot ed Edouard Manet : ebbene, le iscrizioni sulla pietra tombale n... read more »Located near the Trocadero, this small cemetery was visited to pay homage to the impressionist painters Berthe Morisot and Edouard Manet: well, the inscriptions on the tombstone were almost more readable ... .. .and just a few hundred metres from the cemetery there is the Museum Marmottan-Monet, dedicated to the Impressionists, with thousands of visitors a year and executives with stellar ratings ... ... ... Human ingratitude.show original
A wonderful old cemetery where some of France's greats are buried: Edouard Manet and Berthe Morisot, both famed for their impressionist paintings. It's a fun walk around the numerous imposing headstones.
Philippe EscobarVery nice cemetery, alas, we did not have much time to find out more forwards but we return, the main, for me was to see the grave of Claude Debussy which I am fan. I wanted to put forward the excellent hospitality of the Lady at the entrance of the cemetery as well as the gentleman who works in maintenance, the kindness is something valuable nowadays so Kudos to them!...show original
Orphée AvallonA very pretty cemetery at the foot of the Eiffel Towershow original
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