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St. Martin Cementery at All Saints Day
Klagenfurt

It is tradition in Austria and many western countries to visit the graves of deceased relatives and place candles on them. Many cemeteries are a sea of light on All Saints Day.

Copyright: Markus Ortner
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Uploaded: 01/11/2011
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