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Cemetery In Deia majorca Where The Poet Robert Graves Is Buried
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The poet  Robert Graves is buried in the church yard of Deia in majorca.

The text on his grave stone is hardly not readable anymore. Written is Robert Graves.  Poeta 24-7-1894   7-12-1985


 Many visitors leave poams or books behind to honour the poet.
Before he died, people asked where he wanted to buried - the Deia churchyard or Westminster Abbey. And he said, I don’t care, once I’m dead what does it matter?He is buried in Deia but also  in Westminster, in the Poets’ Corner with the War Poets.

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