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Kensal Green Cemetery

Kensal Green Cemetery, located in Kensal Green, London, England, and the oldest of the the 'Magnificent Seven[?]' still in operation. It contains many elaborate Victorian era mausoleums, including those of:

At the centre is All Soul's Chapel, contain some tombs inside as well. There is also a catacomb currently not maintained.

A non-European is buried here: His Excellency Ras Andargachew Messai of Ethiopia (1902 - 1981).

External links

  • Friends of the Cemetery (http://www.kensalgreen.co.uk/)
  • BBC intro (http://www.bbc.co.uk/dna/place-london/A708464)
  • 54 high-quality Kensal Green photos (http://www.suebailey.net/cemetery/?c=14) (London Cemetery Project): no caption
  • Tourist webpage (http://www.xs4all.nl/~androom/dead/kensal.htm): a dozen medium-quality photos and some trivia
  • Official Siobhan Fahey website (http://www.siobhanfahey.com/content/front.php): navigable chapel based on about 50 real photos of the chapel, but where there are doors, some are replaced with sky, others with information pages about Fahey. Nevertheless, it offers high quality photos of the interior of the chapel unfound elsewhere on-line. (See also Siobhan Fahey.)



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