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Desordenaré las lluvias.: El ansia de las manos llenas

Cemetery Walk - "This was my favorite monument, sad and eerie at the same time. The girl had broken off of the top of the monument and was resting against the stone." - Words & Photo by Pamela Greer

The grave of Johann Strauss II is next to music’s greatest composers: Beethoven, Schubert, and Brahms in the Zentralfriedhof, or Central Cemetery of Vienna . On the grave itself, you can see many aspects of his life: singing, dancing, and violin playing cherubs, and a bat (for “Die Fledermaus”, literally the “flying bat”). The graves of his father, brothers, and other originators of the waltz craze are nearby. He died at 74.

The grave of Vienna's famous 'Waltz King' in the Zentralfriedhof, or Central Cemetery of Vienna

The Grave Of Franz Schubert    Franz Schubert's Grave is in the third most prominent position in the Vienna Central Cemetary's Musiker section.

Grave Marker- Franz Schubert Franz Schubert's Grave is in the third most prominent position in the Vienna Central Cemetary's Musiker section.

Ekutna Cemetery, Anchorage, Alaska. Over 100 “Spirit Houses” occupy the cemetery, sheltering the spirits of the dead. The size of the house depicts the social status of the person buried there.

Ekutna Cemetary in Anchorage, Alaska. Over 100 "spirit houses" occupy the cemetery, sheltering the spirits of the dead. The size of the house depicts the social status of the person buried there. Who knew?

Calvary Cemetery, Youngstown

Calvary Cemetery, Youngstown

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