This oldest Barcelona cemetery houses over 30,000 burials split into two sections: terraces of burial niches, where commons lie and individual monuments and mausolea, crafted for the wealthy bourgeoisie, merchants and manufacturers of the city by the best masters of that time. Check the famous El Peto de la mort (The Kiss of Death) sculptural composition – a winged skeleton kissing the forehead of a young breathless man.
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