Cimitero maggiore Vicenza

Roberta Wilde © Art in Death 2016
Vicenza, Italy

Built between 1816 and 1848 in a clean neoclassical style with a square colonnade of 180 meters per side. With its 137 arches, it wanted to remind a classical palladian villa (the famous architect Palladio is indeed buried here) . The colonnade hosts the most precious burials on the external side, while the back side is followed all along by internal corridors with wall burials. It has also long and nice vaults.

I wish to dedicate this album to my friend Ivano who is a valuable person

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