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On cemeteries
Arnold Böcklin


Of course.

Manila Living
Obelisk-on-Wheels
Burying the Villa Savoye
Destination Necropolis
The Igualada Levee
The Hanging Cemetery of Babylon
The Cenotaph Machine
Cemeteries as Major Disaster Response Protocol
The geography of displacement
Memento Mori
The Kuiper Belt Necropolis
Landscape architects as landscapes
Forever Fernwood, Part III
Posting the Dead
Roadside(memorial)america.com
Hill of Crosses
Forever Fernwood, Part II
Forever Fernwood
Nature is dead. Long live Nature.


A Little Columbarium in the Atlantic
A Little Columbarium Forest in the Arctic
A Real Columbarium in the Pacific
Neverending Days of Being Green
Acer necropolis
4 COMMENTS —
  • maxwell
  • February 21, 2008 at 2:07:00 PM CST
  • your posts are getting better and better.


  • Anonymous
  • February 21, 2008 at 3:13:00 PM CST
  • Your web site is great!

    Here is the url of the blog from the Archives of the Sandusky Library if you would care to take a look:

    http://sanduskyhistory.blogspot.com


  • Robert
  • February 28, 2008 at 6:08:00 AM CST
  • I was tagged by Where for the 123 page thing & backtracked to your blog. Great posts. And if you're interested in cemeteries, you might like a blog I have dedicated to Recoleta Cemetery in Buenos Aires:

    http://www.recoletacemetery.com

    It's much more than Eva Perón's final resting place :)


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