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Berlin St Matthäus Kirchfriedhof (#0098)

Berlin St Matthäus Kirchfriedhof (#0098)
On the grave marker, various indicators of a life lived fully.

Grave site for Andreas Meyer-Hanno, a German theater and opera director, professor, and activist who co-founded an LGBT organization and helped in the building of a memorial in Frankfurt to homosexual who died under Nazi rule. See: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Andreas_Meyer-Hanno

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Meadowmom
Meadowmom
Interesting way to memorialize someone. Are there any cemeteries in the US like this?
2 years ago.
Don Barrett (aka DBs… has replied to Meadowmom
I don't know of any and even the AIDS Grove in Golden Gate Park is much more traditional than this. BUT, in Southern California you do see graves (not gay-related) in some remote cemeteries that are like this, but the ones I've seen are in cemeteries that look untended:

San Lucas cemetery (0965)
2 years ago.