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Here we reveal the final resting places of some of our most notable leaders.
A short stay in this burial ground will also reveal the last resting places of Nobel prize winner Sir John Cockcroft, two of Charles Darwin's sons and the philosopher Ludwig Wittgenstein, as well as many other distinguished past Cantabrigians.
Despite being only seven acres in size, it is the final resting place for more than 60,000 Birmingham residents.
Since then, the 75 year-old has performed a unique service by transporting people to the last resting place of loved ones who fell during both world wars, mainly in France and Belgium.
Not only does it provide many of them with a resting place, but the ice also gives rise to a specific food chain--one that supports bottom-feeding species, like crabs and gray whales.
I write these statements in the present tense even though I don't know the condition of these final resting places in the wake of Hurricane Katrina's strike against the city.
But the last resting places of the great are not so compelling except for the more dedicated music lover.
Un Ballo, set to Ravel's "Menuet" from Le Tombeau de Couperin and his Pavane pour une infante defunte was the most clearly balletic work, filled with pirouettes and petite batterie for five couples, who nonetheless wind up in odd resting places.
During the night, the flies crawled off to resting places and settled into what the researchers define as a sleep pose, slumped "face down," Hendricks says.
No visit to historic Hollywood would be complete without seeking out the final resting places of stars who shone so brightly long ago.
Some favourite resting places include the Caribbean, Elvis's home at Graceland, or being sent by rocket to the moon.
The alternative route (to the upper galleries) emerges by going up the grand travertine and steel staircase in the rotunda and then proceeding by a series of vestibules, verandas and loggias, with resting places, through the paintings collection.