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About this spot
Brompton Cemetery is the sixth of London's Magnificent Seven Victorian-era cemeteries. Covering 39 hectares and over 20000 gravestones, this cemetery was created in 1832 as part of an effort to move burials out of the City of London in response to overcrowded churchyard cemeteries. It is managed by the Royal Parks and is considered a community garden with dog walkers, cyclists and commuters all passing through.
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