Order of the Good Death Blog
March 7, 2012
Lunching in cemeteries was not always the cringe inducing activity it is today. The Victorians loved a good shady spot under a tree to enjoy the more park-like cemeteries that developed in America around the mid-1800’s. They were intended to be recreational areas for people to visit the dead and enjoy some leisure activities.
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