Even if it sounds a bit morbid, some people are into visiting the graves of famous people. Well, there are some cemeteries who have quite the “collection” of famous authors buried there.
In Massachusetts there’s the Sleepy Hollow Cemetery. Some of the authors interred there:
Henry David Thoreau
Ralph Waldo Emerson
Novodevichy Cemetery is a cemetery in Moscow, one which during the Soviet Regime was the second most famous, behind only the one situated in the Kremlin.
Some of the tombstones to be found there belong to:
Created from three farms in 1824, the Montparnasse Cemetery in Paris is the final resting place for a number of famous authors, including:
Jean Paul-Sartre and Simone de Beauvoir
Père Lachaise Cemetery is also situated in Paris. It’s also rumored to be the most visited graveyard in the world. There you can find the tombs of:
Also in Paris, there’s the Panthéon, a mausoleum containing the remains of distinguished French citizens.
Jean Jacques Rousseau
Then there’s Westminister Abbey’s Poet’s Corner. The first poet interred there was Geoffrey Chaucer all the way back in 1400. And the tradition kept on until this very day.