Posts Tagged ‘Jean-Joseph Carriès’

Friends think I’m macabre (or maybe just weird) when I urge them to visit Père Lachaise cemetery in Paris. But this is no common graveyard: It’s a living museum, filled with the stories of more than one million souls. The luminaries’ names span the centuries — from the 12th-century lovers Héloïse and Abélard to the […]