Art of Eternal
Travel on the Italian and French
When before art and
history the death recedes
Purpose: to draw attention of travelers
to heritage of various countries and
cultures of Europe as to joint heritage of
• We will visit such countries as Italy
A little history will add rest in Italy
Staglieno cemetery - one of sights of the city of Genova. Staglieno is one of the biggest cemeteries in
Europe and it is located on the square more than one square kilometer. This cemetery - the real
museum. Here long since buried the Genoa rich men, and over their graves the well-known architects
and sculptors of Italy erected tombs, statues, sculptural groups, bas-reliefs. The cemetery still isn't
closed though officially it was open on January 1, 1851, more than 15 centuries ago. It is considered
one of the most interesting cemeteries in Italy. It is the real museum open-air. Such celebrities as
Nietzsche, Elizabeth Avstriyskaya visited Stalyeno. Over the cemetery located on a green slope of the
hill, the Protection Chapel towers. Today the territory of a cemetery includes an English cemetery, a
Protestant cemetery and a cemetery of Jews. On a cemetery as it is possible to meet graves and the
Russian emigrants. The ancient cemetery attracts a great number of the tourists visiting Genova.
One of the largest and the most beautiful in Europe – Genoa Cimitero Monumentale di Staglieno
is on a green slope of the mountain on the area more than one square kilometer.
The cemetery of Staglieno glorified for the whole world was opened in openly in 1851, and it’s special
development fell on World War I times.
The cemetery is well-known thanking the
rich gallery of sculptures from Carrara
Here, there is Madzini's grave — the known
fighter for independence of Italy.
traditions of the Mediterranean with naturalness of
On a cemetery as it is possible to meet graves of the Russian
emigrants and all well-known people of Genova
Many celebrities such as Nietzsche, de
Maupassant, Elizabeth Avstriyskaya
Over the cemetery located on a green slope of the hill,
the Protection Chapel towers
it is a lot of marble and greens — myrtles,
On beauty Per-Lashez in Paris doesn't give way to a cemetery
Staglione cemetery - a silent and sad world full of monuments, lattices, fencings
Verano cemetery, Rome
The largest cemetery of the Italian capital - Verano, located within the city, its area more than 80
hectares. It was founded in 1808-1814 during the French occupation of Rome.
Long before the 19th century Romans
buried here Christians
The beginning of history of a cemetery of Verano begins with the decree of Napoleonic administration in Rome in which it was said
that according to sanitary standards it was forbidden to bury dead men in city churches. However it was difficult to change the Roman
custom to bury in churches, and on it the Roman authorities went to the cemetery device at St. Lavrenti's ancient basilica. So there was
Verano modern monumental necropolis.
Now the cemetery is divided into sites by the confessional principle: Jewish, Catholic. There is a monument to World War II victims
since 1813 on Verano began to bury citizens. After in 1835 the cemetery was consecrated by the Roman vicar cardinal Carlo
Odescalchi, on this cemetery of burial gained more regular character, but and already from the middle of the 19th eyelid on a
cemetery of steel appears graves of the noble – notable Romans
Garibaldi's family crypt. Giuseppe Garibaldi is buried on Kaprer's
Internal part of a crypt. Entirely generals and
colonels. And national tricolor
Here the glory of the Italian cinema, great Mastroianni is based...
Manfredi family. Here the well-known actor Nino Manfredi is buried also
Family crypt of a family of Sordi
Chimitero Monumentale (Cimitero Monumentale) in Milan is one of the most beautiful cemeteries in Europe. It is the real
museum of a sculpture and architecture, which находтся open-air. The size of a cemetery makes 250 thousand meter. kv, it, it is
possible to tell, the city in the city. "To the city dead" more than 140 years are.
The cemetery is located near the center of Milan. Opening
of a cemetery took place in 1866.
Here the well-known composers, musicians, poets, writers, artists are buried. Here is based great
Giuseppe Verdi's ashes, the musician Vladimir Gorovits, the conductor Arturo Toskanini, the artist and
the designer Bruno Munari. This place is filled with silence and sad beauty
Grandness of this cemetery that each grave is unique is decorated with
Absolutely amazing beauty sculptural group "Last Supper" over a family tomb of a family of Kampari. Here Davide Campari
is based, whose father created Kampari's well-known bitter
White tower over a tomb of the owner of cotton factories, the patron and senator Antonio Bernokki
Glass and the polished metal — a tomb of the known Catholic priest Luigi Giussani, the founder of the movement
"Comunione e Liberazione"
Known Milan families compete with each other, building magnificent family tombs
Under the arches of the main building the sarcophagus of the well-known Italian writer Alessandro Manzoni is established
Monumental cemetery Milana description of round
Main points of the program
• 2-hour walking tour on a cemetery accompanied by the guide.
• Famedio visit - a memorial chapel Slava's Temple.
• Visit of a tomb of the Italian writer Alessandro Manzoni and poet of the XX century Salvatore Quasimodo.
• Acquaintance with a cemetery, admiring sculptures and architecture in modernist style of Arnaldo Pomodoro and Medardo Rosso.
• Trip by bus from the center of Milan on a cemetery and back.
14:00 - departure from travel agency Zani Viaggi, Foro Bonaparte 76, at the corner with the street of via Cusani (MM1 Cairoli-MM2 Lanza).
17:00 - return to Zani Viaggi travel agency
IN PAYMENT IT IS INCLUDED:
- Transport with the conditioner
- English guide
IN PAYMENT IT ISN'T INCLUDED:
- Tip (at will)
- Food and drinks
- Transfer from hotel
- The schedule can change for the organizational reasons and (or) because of transport jams.
Cemetery Pere Lachaise, France
Pere-Lachaise is translated as "father Lachaise". The cemetery called in honor of Francois de la Cheza, the confessor king Louis XIV,
was based behind city boundaries Napoleon I in 1804 after overflowed "The cemetery innocent" on the suburb of the grocery market
began to present health hazard of citizens to Les Halles. The same reason was the cause of creation of the well-known Parisian
Catacombs in the southern part of the city
In total the cemetery occupies more than 40 hectares, is the largest in the city and, one of the most known in the world, attracting
thousands tourists annually with the big names, graceful marble monuments and small chapels.
"To improve" a new cemetery and to attract to it interest, at the beginning of the 19th century here reburied remains of Molière and known
lovers Abailard and Eloiza.
Eloiza's tomb and Pierre of Abailard. Legendary couple which became an
embodiment of eternal love. Pierre Abailard was the monk, the
outstanding theologian, the philosopher and the poet of the XI century. He
fell in love with the schoolgirl Eloiza, that reciprocated to him. Them
wanted to separate, but Abailard took away Eloiza from Paris to Brittany
where she gave birth to it to the son, and later they secretly got married.
But relatives of the girl in every way opposed to this marriage, applying
cruel methods, they castrated Abailard, and Eloiza compelled to accept the
monastic cut. But Pierre Abailard and Eloiza's love was stronger than
separation and the post-threshing barn is stronger!
Pere Lachaise is based upon a cemetery of about one million people. It – apart from a columbarium, storage of ballot boxes
with ashes. One of the cemeteries most visited in the world, annually hundreds thousands tourists come to look at this at i t.
Among Pere Lachaise known corners — the Wall of Communards at which in the spring of 1871 executed 147 participants
of the Commune of Paris. The memorial in honor of fallen in World War II deserves attention also.
"Wall of Communards"
Memorial in honor of fallen in World War II
Here such persons as are buried: French writer Marcel Proust, American writer Gertrude Stein, leader and vocalist
of The Doors group Jim Morrison, American dancer Isadora Duncan, French singer Edith Piaf, French actor-mime
Marcel Marceau, Polish composer, pianist Frederic Chopin, French actress Sara Bernhardt, French writer Honoré de
Balzac and others
CHOPIN. Chopin lived only 39 years and died of tuberculosis in
Paris. His heart, according to his desire, is transported to Warsaw
and is stored in one of churches. Chopin wrote a lot of fine music,
including concerts, sonatas, plays, to a song, ballads, to the
imagination, by the rondeau, 16 polonaises, 17 waltzes, 21 nocturnes,
26 preludes, 27 etudesк .
Jim Morrison vocalist leader of The Doors group. This legendary lead singer died in Paris in 1971, whether of overdose of drugs,
whether of something. Anyway, the grave became a pilgrimage place for Jim's many fans. Its epitaph says: "It was faithful to the
Edith Piaf. The well-known French singer was born in Paris, her real name - Edith Giovanna Gassion (Edith Giovanna Gassion). Edith Piaf's
songs knows, the whole world.
She endured four road accidents, the suicide
attempt, three gepatichesky coma, the madness
attack, two attacks of the delirium tremens, seven
operations, the first and second world wars,
demented men and died in 1963, without having
lived up to fifty. It was buried by all France,
bearing a coffin going on flowers, and mourned
over the whole world. With it in a grave her only
daughter who has died at the age of 2 years is
Great French novelist. In 1850 he died. The
wife its Ghanaian buried under one gravestone