A little cemetery just north of Pittsburgh, where George A. Romero filmed his landmark cinematic achievement, Night of the Living Dead.
In a cemetery in Culiacan, crypts resemeble miniature cathedrals and tombs made with marble and gold, emphasize luxury and eccentricity. … More Jardines del Humaya Cemetery
These mummies were found in niches through the process of evacuating the cemetery of those tombs that do not have mourners. … More Mummies at Morelia Municipal Cemetery
The tomb consists of a traditional Dolores Hidalgo shawl and a gigantic sombrero like the one José Alfredo wore in performance. … More Mausoleum of José Alfredo Jimenez
A labyrinth of catacombs under the temple, formed by seven crypts, where the remains of 1,919 people rest. … More Catacombs at Templo Expiatorio
A place of torture and clandestine extermination, the museum transports us to an era in which torture was the main form of punishment. … More Hacienda del Cochero
The Argentinian writer Jorge Luis Borges referred to Reyes as “the greatest prose writer in the Spanish language of any age”. … More Alfonso Reyes’ Tomb