The grave of the Gassion Piaf family, including the last resting place of the singer Édith Piaf (born Édith Gassion) (1915-1963). Her last marriage was to Theophanis Lamboukas, known as Théo Sarapo.
The tomb of Victor Noir (1848-1870), who was killed by Prince Pierre Bonaparte (1815-1881), a cousin of Emperor Napoleon III. The myth says that if you touch the statue at a certain area it will enhance fertility... Prince Pierre himself was interned in the Cimitière des Gonards in Versailles.
The Columbarium. I must say that I like this kind of mausoleum (for cremated remains). Very practical. I would like to see similar arrangements at cemeteries in Norway.
See also Part I of this photo article.
Le Cimetière du Père-Lachaise in Paris, France, can be reached by metro to Père Laichaise (line 3) or Alexandre Dumas (line 2).
Updated on Sunday 18 April 2010 at 12.35.