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Saviors • Firefighters work to protect a painting with a fireproof blanket during a drill aimed at preserving artworks displayed in the Bordeuax Cathedral in southwestern France on October 12.
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Sacred Ground • “A cemetery so beautiful, it invites one to die,” said the caretaker of Tulcán, Ecuador’s cemetery, before he was buried beneath the toucan topiaries he had sculpted. While ostensibly for the dead, burial rituals can also tell rich stories of a culture’s living. From epitaph roasts in Romania, to cliff-hanging coffins in the Philippines, to a graveyard movie theater in Hollywood, here are some of the burial sites that are as fascinating as their tenants.
Sharon D Clarke