This is a beautiful cemetery date back to 1866, where Italian statues, classical and contemporary, adorn the tombstones and gardens. And it's not just sculptures and small art. Look around and you will see here an enchanting splendor, of the finest classical architecture. From Egyptian-style obelisks to copies of Greek temples.
From the main entrance, made of marble stone and neo-Renaissance design, you will arrive at the exhibition with sketches and photos, which have an overview of the history of the place, documentation and stories of its unique graves and monuments.
Near the entrance, you will see the magnificent graves of the city's dignitaries. The cemetery also contains a monument to the 800 Jews who were murdered in the Holocaust. Holocaust victims who were taken during World War II and murdered in the concentration camps. They are commemorated in the Palanti Chapel.