It was quite interesting when I visited here. There are many good items in the cemetery, and it is also very interesting to visit here. The cemetery is quite large, and you can feel a lot of ancient historical content here.
The cemetery is also a very commemorative area. Commemorative activities are held here every year. The cemetery is also an open place. You can see some Italian-style cemetery culture here. It is also good to understand the simple history here.
We visited this wonderful museum/cemetery. The only thing I regret is that the time to visit here is too short, 3 hours passed in the blink of an eye. The statues here must be seen as believable...the craftsmanship is suffocating. Very touching experience, definitely the highlight of our journey. The only downside is that most of the works are very dirty, and it is obvious that the generations (and the local government) have no money to maintain it properly. Even so, this place is definitely one of the places you must visit...not a regular tourist attraction.
The Staglieno Cemetery is located on a hillside on the edge of the city of Genoa. It covers a large area and is the largest cemetery in Europe. The cemetery is built on the mountain and the surrounding scenery is beautiful. The cemetery is lined with exquisite tombstones. Free visit
The Cimitero Monumentale di Staglieno is a necropolis dating back to 1851. The revolutionary Giuseppe Mazzini and Oscar Wilde's wife Constance are buried here. What attracts tourists the most is the exquisite and sad cemetery carvings.