Venezia Cimitero - Saint Michael's Island.
“Ever since Napoleon closed the city’s churchyards,” explains Cemetery Travel, “Venetians have buried their dead on an island near Murano.” The cemetery island takes its name from the Church of Saint Michael, which has existed on the island since the 10th century. The Cimitero di San Michele “has no shortage of moving stories,” says Sherry Ott at Ottsworld. And here’s a video to add to the story.
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