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Visit the Non-Catholic Cemetery

Non-Catholic Cemetery in Testaccio

Do not worry, you do not need to be dark or gothic enthusiasts for enthusiasts Protestant Cemetery in Testaccio. E 'enough to have a romantic soul and be passionate about the past. The "cemetery for foreigners" as it is commonly called in Rome, with its beautiful garden that features plants are hard to find in Italy, and the infinity of stories that the tomb he says, seems to come out of the pages dell'Antologia of Spoon River . Next to famous personalities like poets Keats and Shelling, or Gramsci (just the presence of the ashes of the latter inspired by Pasolini's poetry "The Ashes of Gramsci"), Gregory Corso and architect Andersen, are buried not famous but also people here who have had lives "by literature." There is a young bride died on his grave every day, mysteriously, there are fresh flowers. You can be entranced for hours watching the beauty of certain tombs, the most famous of which is that of an angel kneeling seems to surround what remains of a woman madly loved by her husband who designed for her guardian angel. Do not hesitate to ask at the visitors center, volunteers will gladly tell the secrets of the place. Just a couple of tips, do not try to enter after 16:30 and leave a free offer in the iron box on the gate. It may seem strange but while driving along the paths of the cemetery have the impression that the gravestones are simply monuments to the memory of the people buried there and you will not feel any sense of anxiety or sadness but simply enjoy the peace and quiet which reign in this oasis just a few meters from the chaos that reigns around the Pyramid of Cestius. Oh, one last thing : there is no chance you can rest eternally in this oasis of poetry, unless you are relatives of someone who is already lying there peacefully.

Address: 6 Caius Cestius, Rome 00153 Contact: Tel +39-06/5741900
Opening hours: Monday to Saturday from 9.00 to 17.00 (last admission 16.30).

How to get there (on foot or by car) Km 1.5

1. Proceed in the direction of the station to Trastevere Via Carlo Porta
2. Turn left onto Via Carlo Porta
3. Continue on Via Bernardino Passeri
4. Turn right onto Lungotevere Portuense
5. Turn left onto Ponte Testaccio
6. Slight left onto Largo Giovanni Battista Marzi
7. Turn right onto Via Aldus
8. Turn right onto Via Nicola Zabaglia
9. Turn left and stop at Via Cestius 6