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Cimitero Acattolico

Via Caio Cestio 6, Rome 00153 Italy
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    5 Sep 25, 2013

    Visit the 'cemetery for non-Catholics' to see the graves of Keats and Shelley, along with Goethe's son.

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    5 Aug 10, 2013

    A beautiful cemetery filled with the graves of famous people, notably John Keats. The story of his tombstone is simply beautiful, a tribute to the romanticism of his poetry. The Cimitero Acattolico is a beautiful, serene place.

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    5 Mar 26, 2013

    This cemetery for non-Catholics is the final resting place for the authors Keats and Shelley as well as Antonio Gramsci and Goethe's son. A quiet and solemn place. There is a small park where you often see people reading quietly. This little park offers a great vantage of the Pyramid of Cestius that cannot be seen from the street.

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    5 Jul 04, 2012

    The non-Catholic cemetery for foreigners, set in the shadow of the Pyramid of Cestius, near the Aurelian Walls. Established around 1730 and in continuous use since then. English poets Keats and Shelley are buried here.

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4.5 out of 5
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92 people visited Cimitero Acattolico

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John Keats, Percy Shelley, Gregory Corso and renowned jeweler Sotirio Bulgari are buried in this peaceful cemetery. Well-maintained and filled with lush greenery, a visit to this resting place of famous poets and non-Catholic people is a trip into tranquility.

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