Saturday, June 23, 2007

Yup, that's what you're seeing alright...


That is indeed a giant stack of broken caskets. In an underground crypt with broken windows.

And, at risk of being accused of OCD,


These are a couple of the cats of Recoleta Cemetery.

Evita was in there too, but that didn't interest me quite as much.

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Could you please email this Australian journalist urgently? jenna.price@canberratimes.com.au

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Most renowned for its dead occupants, from Evita to individuals from the Alvear family, Cementario Recoleta, referred to in English as Recoleta Cemetery, is additionally home to around 75 very much bolstered and all around treated felines. They wander among the tombs, and at 10am and 4pm, nearby neighborhood ladies feed and deal with them. (buy essays) Watching them is one of the miracles of Buenos Aires, and beyond any doubt to amuse kids and grown-ups alike.

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