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Cimitero Monumentale del Verano, Rome
(3.8/5 based on 90+ reviews on the web)
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  • I say that as a child I wanted to always go there whenever we were in Rome. I rediscover why. Huge space with infiniti and enormous cypresses. The oldest areas are a poignant and melancholic poem. Even the kids were impressed.
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  • Thanks to Adriano's travels tour operator, I was able to visit this monumental cemetery and be pleasantly surprised. Yes, it's a cemetery, I know, some of you may have some doubts about it but not stop in front of it. Paintings that look like photographs, neoclassical-style tombs and not, the porch, will impress you and leave you speechless. I recommend going with a guide because the cemetery is immense (you risk getting lost!) and filled with "goodies" interesting that deserve to be told on which to dwell. In addition, the visit to this place will take you past the graves of people who have made our history, from M to Buozzi, which, in my opinion, deserve to be remembered, honored and recognized.
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  • Tired of the usual rounds to Rome decided to tour more "atypical" which, among other theme tours, included a stop in this cemetery, just a few minutes from Termini station. It's a huge breadth and you can breathe the air of a boundless Tomb she hardly seems to be set in Rome, despite the recalls in many respects. There are numerous graves of famous people, but the difficult thing is to be able to find them.
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  • The section of the cemetery reserved for the families of the Popes was quite an exciting place. All types of art work can be seen. Very much similar to art work as can be seen in the Vatican. But without the limiting lines of tourists. You can look, admire and touch. The section for gli caduti or fallen ones of War was unexpected. Worth a look.
  • I went to the Verano for a funeral and many of my ancestors are buried there. It dawned on me the last time I was there, that it would probably be of interest to people as there are beautiful family monuments with sculptures, beautiful trees, and is a very serene place. Also a very large place. Its very quiet and peaceful and a good place to get out of the hustle and bustle of Rome. Once inside you completely disconnect with the huge city surrounding you.
  • This cemetery is very peaceful and quiet; I didn't find there the crowd and the smog I've found in other cemeteries. At the same time it's not dull. I recommend it for your eternal life.
  • Not as atmospheric as for instance Père Lachaise in Paris, but definitivly worth a visit.
  • The statuary is amazing. Unfortunately everything could use a cleaning and repair.