The Silver Terrace Cemeteries memorialize the diverse laborers who worked the Comstock and made Virginia City a boom town.
Located on a hillside in the small town of Santa Ysabel, this 19th century church, museum and cemetery along Highway 79 reveals a more native side to California Mission history.
Established in 1863, this historic 226-acre cemetery holds crypts of many of California’s famous founders and San Francisco’s elite.
Why is there a 21-foot-long model of the Space Shuttle sitting in a semi-rundown NOHO cemetery?
The Dorn Pyramid and an alley filled with A.B.C gum in San Luis Obispo.
There are many amazing cemeteries in New Orleans, these are some of my favorites.
This “theme-park necropolis” located close to Griffith Park, is not only the final resting place of numerous Hollywood notables but is also dedicated to the preservation of American history.
Established in 1896, Calvary Cemetery is one of the oldest cemetery’s in Los Angeles.
Surrounded by 100 year-old palm trees, Home of Peace Memorial Park holds the proud distinction of being the oldest Jewish cemetery in the Los Angeles area.
Some of Hollywood’s biggest stars can be found here in this tiny hidden cemetery tucked behind the towering high-rises that line busy Wilshire Boulevard.
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