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Cemetery has always been a very spooky thing for me and i never had the courage to visit this place as a kid. Then one fine wintry morning after having chinese breakfast at Tiretti Bazar me and some friends of mine decided to explore the...More
As a Brit this place is sobering and uncomfortable, which makes it important to visit. Our colonial history saw us take so much away from India to build the wealth of our own country and the grandeur of the graves of some of these colonisers...More
The Park Street cemetery was ceremonially declared open in 1767. It is one of the first non-church cemeteries in the world. It houses the tombs of distinguished expatriates who were once an integral part of Kolkata’s history. It is located at park street near mullick...More
This is a haven of peace in this crazy, noisy city. There was virtually nobody else there when we visited, so stro;;ing the pathways was easy. Most of the "graves" are in fact huge monuments and mausoleums to British dignitaries in the early 19th century....More
Kolkata the city of joy, the city runs around from day to night but if you want to take a break from the hustle and bustle of the busy city life. Just stop-by at South Park Street Cemetery.
This Place is perfect "if you need...More