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Established in 1717, the British Cemetery is the oldest cemetery in Lisbon, preceding other cemeteries in the city by over 100 years.
After nearly 300 years in the making, the Portuguese National Pantheon now houses the tombs of Portugal’s major historic figures and celebrities.
Built in 1925, the crematory at Alto de São João Cemetery represented a new, secular way of disposing of the dead.
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