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A Book found on a cemetery tombstone can represent many different things, including the book of life or a Bible. Books may also depict learning, wisdom, a scholar, a prayer, memory, or someone who worked as a writer, book seller, or publisher.

A Book found on a cemetery tombstone can represent many different things, including the book of life or a Bible. Books may also depict learning, wisdom, a scholar, a prayer, memory, or someone who worked as a writer, book seller, or publisher.

I Got Your Weird Right Here: 100 Must-Read Strange and Unusual Novels from Book Riot

I Got Your Weird Right Here: 100 Must-Read Strange and Unusual Novels from Book Riot

HOBBIES: Young men with Penny-Farthing bicycles and rough road in Tallahassee, Florida, 1900

HOBBIES: Young men with Penny-Farthing bicycles and rough road in Tallahassee, Florida, 1900

The Bridge to Paradise – Xcaret’s one-of-a-kind cemetery  It is quite an intriguing Mexican cemetery. It reflects something uniquely Mexican Its structure is based on the Gregorian calendar. The cemetery is a hill with seven levels representing days of the week and 365 colorful tombs depicting days of the year. The main entrance is a stairway with 52 steps that represent weeks of the year. It opened on 01 Nov 2005. Each grave is different from the others in design and building materials

The Bridge to Paradise – Xcaret’s one-of-a-kind cemetery It is quite an intriguing Mexican cemetery. It reflects something uniquely Mexican Its structure is based on the Gregorian calendar. The cemetery is a hill with seven levels representing days of the week and 365 colorful tombs depicting days of the year. The main entrance is a stairway with 52 steps that represent weeks of the year. It opened on 01 Nov 2005. Each grave is different from the others in design and building materials

Body casts of people who were citizens of Pompeii, Italy that were buried in volcanic ash when Mt. Vesuvius erupted in 79 AD wiping out the entire city and everyone in it.  Estimates are 10,000 - 20,000 people were entombed in ash.

Body casts of people who were citizens of Pompeii, Italy that were buried in volcanic ash when Mt. Vesuvius erupted in 79 AD wiping out the entire city and everyone in it. Estimates are 10,000 - 20,000 people were entombed in ash.

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