Highgate Cemetery, entrance to the Egyptian Avenue
Swain's Lane, London, UK
Opened in 1839, it soon became a fashionable place for burial of the Victorian wealthy. Now a protected nature reserve with plants growing wild over the Gothic tombs and buildings. Many prominent figures are buried here such as Karl Marx, Michael Faraday, George Eliot, Douglas Adams and Patrick Caulfield.
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Staten Island Ferry after 9/11
Venice Beach, LA, USA