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Laurel Hill Obelisks
Philadelphia

At the end of the magnificent strip of park mansions on the East bank of the Schuylkill is Laurel Hill Cemetery, once "the" place to be buried in Philadelphia (and still a good one).  This is just a small part of the Victorian funerary opulence on display there.

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