You may have had the same personal experience if you have ever visited the Père-Lachaise cemetery in Paris. Entering this place named after Seigeur François d’Aix de La Chaise who lived there until 1709 can be found a map locating all famous people buried in here. Even if the average peaceable atmosphere can be felt, something more in the air surrounds this place. It is a different cemetary, more than some place were people rest, and you quickly get caught visiting the graves of people who inspired you : painters, singers, poloticians and other key figures who left their mark on their era. At their beside, people have left flowers, candles and love messages in different languages. Well, the Père-Lachaise actually belongs to everyone in the World. While walking in the alleys we could enjoy an exceptional light. Scattered sunbeams and dead leaves falling from trees made a great contrast with the ambient cold atmosphere. A touch of melancholy was in the air this day, feeling accentuated by a diffuse haze.
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