Saturday, May 05, 2007

A journey to the past – Ontario part 6

Necropolis - city of the dead in Cabbagetown



This is the chapel of the Necropolis cemetery, Toronto’s oldest graveyard. The grounds are located near the Beaches, East Queen Street, and the place is considered one of the most beautiful cemeteries in the city, but a little disturbing. There are rumored that many young souls linger there. These photographs are one of the earliest taken by thebookmann in 1988. The church window rosette and stain glass windows depict the Christian symbol of Christ and an angelic angel as a child. -thebookmann

1 comment:

Rory said...

Luminous

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