St. Louis Cemetery No. 3
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Most people are surprised that all the graves are above ground. This is very historical and revered place. If you like history, you will enjoy this. Also, only a few steps from Historical Haven.
St. Louis Cemetary is right up the street and well worth seeing--a pleasant walk and interesting.
Burial ground established in 1854 with elaborate above-ground mausoleums, tombs & gravestones. Great for photography enthusiasts!
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