You Wouldn't Expect To Discover 600 Varieties Of Trees At This Victorian-Era Cemetery In Kentucky
By Sarah McCosham|Published December 01, 2022
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For most of us, cemeteries fall into one of two categories: hauntingly beautiful places that provide a final resting place for the deceased, or haunting places known for paranormal activity and spine-tingling terrors. Most of us don’t think of a cemetery as, say, a prime place for a stroll, but that’s precisely what Cave Hill Cemetery & Arboretum is. This Victorian-era cemetery in Louisville, Kentucky, is home to over 600 varieties of trees, making for an enchanting and nature-filled excursion in the least expected of places.