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Very nice well kept resting place. Many Europeans from the old world are resting here, many well respected people who loved the United States of America, learned the language and assimilated well. Please respect.
Mr. Carmel cemetery is about a mile from where I grew up. I always heard that Al Capone was buried there, but never checked it out until now. There are several videos on YouTube that will guide you to his grave, but also other Chicago...More
Visited Mount Carmel Cemetery for genealogy research, and I really enjoyed driving around and seeing the vast number of elaborate mausoleums and headstones here. All the big Chicago gangsters are buried here, too. If you visit, do get out and look around at the mausoleums....More
A friend who lives in the area suggested we stop by and take a look at this place. The headstones are huge and we found a lot of history in this place. The Al Capone area, bishops and Cardinal area were both very interesting. Worth...More
I stopped in the office to get a grave location for a cousin and the kiosk was off so ventured in the office , a very pleasant young man helped me, gave me location and a map. I went to the gravesite and found only...More
Located in the Chicago suburb of Hillside, Illinois, 20 miles west of Chicago downtown, this cemetery is the final resting place of several celebrities.
- Al Capone, Chicago ganster of the 30's - Section 35, 6th grave tomb;
- Julia "Italian Bride" Buccola Pette, whose...More
I wasn't aware Cemeteries were on Tripadvisor's list of places to visit until it popped up after I reviewed a nearby restaurant. Despite the fact that my wife has family members buried here and whenever we are in Chicago we make it a point to...More