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Texas State Cemetery, Austin

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  • This Cemetery is the final resting place for many notable Texans in an easy-to-visit setting just east of the Capitol Complex. If you know anything about Texas history you will find many names you rec...  more »
  • This is a wonderful place to spend time, reading headstones and thinking about history, or just reflecting on life. It's beautifully laid out and perfectly maintained. Texas' version of Arlington.  more »
  • Will go again - much to see and think about. Quiet and peaceful time alone in a scenic place. It can be a "teaching experience" without seemingly so. The markers and headstones bring out points of dis...  more »
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  • if you visit it, please, don't talk so loudl, show some respect. The place is in a way very very interesting, I learned many things about Texas's history and this country too! I was just a bit bothered by some unrespectful people talking at a high volume, I am not used to this..
  • Worth a walk. Very interesting
  • Very pretty cemetery, well kept grounds and nice to walk through
  • Well kept, walkable with lots of history.
  • The grounds are well kept and there is an easy walking path throughout the entire area.