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How to visit the 'celebrity cemetery' of Paris - Père Lachaise

Visiting Père Lachaise Cemetery

How to visit the 'celebrity cemetery' of Paris - Père Lachaise

Jim Morrison 1943-1971 . The Pere-Lachaise cemetery in Paris, established in 1804 by Napoleon Bonaparte.  Along with celebrated artists, musicians, and writers. Edith Piaf, Max Ernst and Oscar Wilde.

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The Pere-Lachaise cemetery in Paris, established in 1804 by Napoleon Bonaparte. Along with celebrated artists, musicians, and writers. Edith Piaf, Max Ernst and Oscar Wilde.

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Visiting Père Lachaise Cemetery

How to visit the 'celebrity cemetery' of Paris - Père Lachaise

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Visiting Père Lachaise Cemetery

How to visit the 'celebrity cemetery' of Paris - Père Lachaise

The cobble stone lanes of the Pere Lachaise Cemetery

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Let's visit the celebrities of the past at Père Lachaise Cemetery. We'll visit Oscar Wilde, Edith Piaf, Jim Morrison & more at the Père Lachaise Cemetery!

Explore the 'celebrity cemetery' of Paris, paying a visit to Oscar Wilde, Edith Piaf, Jim Morrison & more in the Père Lachaise Cemetery!

Visiting Père Lachaise Cemetery

Explore the 'celebrity cemetery' of Paris, paying a visit to Oscar Wilde, Edith Piaf, Jim Morrison & more in the Père Lachaise Cemetery!

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Top 10 Tourist Attractions in Paris: Most Popular Sights and Places: Top Parisian Attraction Père Lachaise Cemetery

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Lessons from Père Lachaise Cemetery, Paris

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Scariest Places on Earth: The Paris Catacombs

The Paris Catacombs are an century cemetery in Paris, featured on Scariest Places on Earth, within the subterranean chambers of the Paris Stone Mines

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