To promote European cemeteries as a fundamental part of the heritage of the humanity.

The restoration of the Polish Cemetery in Bologna is completed

The Cemetery reminds 1,400 soldiers of the 2nd Polish Corps armed fell in 1944 for the Liberation of Bologna and Europe from fascism.

Eastern Cemetery (Innsbruck, Austria)

Eastern Cemetery, Innsbruck (Austria)
The Eastern Cemetery was built according to the plans of Eduard Klingler between 1912 and 1913.

Western Cemetery (Innsbruck, Austria)

Western Cemetery, Innsbruck (Austria)
The Western Cemetery was built between 1856 and 1858 according to the plans of Carl Müller. In 1889 the expansion to the south followed.

New Cemetery Mühlau (Innsbruck, Austria)

New Cemetery Mühlau (Innsbruck, Austria)
The construction of a new cemetery in Mühlau was agreed on in 1914/15 and it was built in 1926 according to the plans of architect Willi Stigler.

Cemetery of Skiathos (Skiathos island, Greece)

Cemetery of Skiathos (Skiathos island, Greece)
The Cemetery of Skiathos was established in 1835. It is an outdoor museum, that includes unique monuments of the neoclassical period, some of them dedicated to famous Greek authors.

English Cemetery (Linares, Spain)

English Cemetery in Linares, Spain
"I can give an example of tolerance. I hardly expected in this part of Spain to find a Protestant cemetery near the General Cemetery of the place". Diary of Thomas Sopwith, 1864.

Municipal Cemetery of Saint Joseph (Linares, Spain)

Municipal Cemetery of Sain Joseph in Linares, Spain
The Municipal Cemetery of Saint Joseph was established in 1876. It is located opposite the English Cemetery in the city of Linares (Jaén, Spain).