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Vojaško Pokopališče Ukanc

Vojaško Pokopališče Ukanc
Slovenija, 4265 Bohinjsko jezero, Slovenia


On a recent holiday in Slovenia, I decided to go to Lake Bohinj in Triglavski National Park to do some hiking and take a walk around a lake which I heard was the most beautiful lake in Slovenia. 861 more words

Adventures of a Country Home

Today’s blog is a departure from the usual.

The Hayes positively radiates history.

It’s a gorgeous old mansion that could easily double as the set of a whodunit murder mystery with links to St Pancras Station, as well as being the site of a daring wartime escape! 758 more words


The Journey Begins

Greetings and welcome to my blog. I decided to start this endeavour while I was on holiday in Croatia, May 2018. You see, for the past few years I have been an active traveller fulfilling a lifelong dream of seeing the world, which many of you share, and during my travels I try to explore cemeteries in the different cities and countries I visit. 166 more words

At the Crematorium

Before the casket is wheeled into

the burning room, the pastor says a

short prayer. A hymn is sung, then the

mourners say their final farewell, filing… 473 more words


AETERNITAS understands the pain of losing someone, and it is during this saddest and most trying time that it commits to stand by your side to ease the hardship of saying goodbye. 178 more words

Quezon City

Last days in india

A few days left to kill in India, I decided to go back to Varanasi.

Today I walked along the ghats because I wanted to see if I could get a closer look at the burning bodies of the crematorium because before then I’d only seen them from a boat. 351 more words

Archaeodeath at a Crematorium Funeral

This entry breaks new ground for this blog by reflecting on my own attendance of a funeral at a crematorium. Despite my interest in funerary archaeology and many discussions of mortuary material cultures, memorials, monuments, architectures, cemeteries, and landscapes – of the past and present – I rarely discuss my own personal engagements with mortality and its material cultures. 1,217 more words

Archaeologies Of Death And Memory