France’s third-largest cemetery offers a peaceful respite from the hustle and bustle of Marseille. While strolling around the sprawling graveyard, it feels as though time has stopped and the noise and movement of the city have disappeared.
Though the Cimetière Saint-Pierre (Saint Peter’s Cemetery) is one of France’s largest cemeteries, it certainly isn’t among its oldest. It was first established in 1855, though it wasn’t officially inaugurated until 1863.
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