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You can feel her love of this place ooze form the book, and her enthusiasm is contagious.
The photographer captures the haunting beauty of Pere Lachaise and its unique qualities that separates the cemetery from the rest.
I read this book cover to cover the first time I picked it up and have returned to it several more times since then.
Unfortunately maps and photographs don't enlarge on Kindle edition and in this book neither did some of the text. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Squcha
I really liked this book. Lots of very nice photos. And, comprehensive biographies of the permanent residents - many of them very famous. A must for anyone who likes cemeteries.Published 6 months ago by Meryl Osse
I'm a history junkie, and I came across this book while researching the best historical places to visit when my husband and I travel to Europe. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Kathryn Hough
A super overview of this famous cemetery near the heart of Paris.
It is a good historical overview & nice format with photos. Read more
This book was so much better than I expected. I had bought it to see the
final resting place of a kindred spirit & muse Jim Morrison. I was 14 yrs. Read more
We used this as a guide when visiting this interesting place in Paris. I'm not one to visit cemeteries so I was luke warm towards spending the afternoon there. Read morePublished 22 months ago by Freddie
This little guide with map (& also the authors' iPhone app) added much pleasure to my wife's and my visit to Paris' famous very, very large Pere Lachaise Cemetery. Read morePublished on September 19, 2011 by Reader2
The photographs by Mr.Bendewald were wonderful, but I felt that Ms. Eriksson could have done a better job in researching her facts. For instance, she said that Ms. Read morePublished on August 6, 2011 by Dale Speer
I absolutely LOVED this book. Not only was the photography quite beautiful and haunting, but I found the writing incredibly witty and informative - I actually laughed out loud... Read morePublished on March 31, 2011 by Mark Ciglar