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Bath, The Abbey Cemetery.
Bath

This place is definitely spooky. It was the first cemetery in the world where the dead were disposed of in a hygenic manner. It also maintained 19th Century class structure - the more you paid, the better of both the position of your plot and the status of your neighours.

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Tags: england; summer; uk; somerset; cemetery; statue; moonlight
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