I really like cemeteries, because I really like history because I'm nerdy (I have a BA in history and politics - because I'm THAT cool).
King Dick's gave is the most impressive in the cemetery, although there are also quite a few other incredible gravestones.
The cemetery has lots of different paths, some are a lot clear than others. Although we have lived here for over ten years now (yikes) we only recently explored a "new to us" path.
If you're thinking right now, those headstones are awfully close to those trees, that's pretty weird there is a good and pretty sad reason for that - in the 1970's the cemetery found itself in the way of a new motorway and the motorway won. Many of the graves from the original cemetery were dug up and the bodies were put in one big plot. The head stones wouldn't all fit around this one plot so they have been placed in various spots of the remaining cemetery. The whole thing make me incredibly sad if I think about it too much - the same thing would never happen today, but its pretty horrible nonetheless.
At the end of the path there is an area with a bunch more head stones - including this one, with its fancy tiling.
This area also had a view of the city, the tall buildings you can see are mostly government offices, hotels or apartments.
I will finish off with a few more random photos I took on the day of this walk - doe you have any favourite walking spots?