Aruba Cemeteries

There are many cemeteries in Aruba that feature excellent statuary, fascinating crypts, and haunting images. During my extended stays on the island, I typically take a few strolls through a cemetery or two like the one shown below.

If nothing else, a trip to the cemetery reminds us that no one lives forever. Best to get those things done you’d like to while you’re still alive. Sounds like a cliche, but it’s true.

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  1. It appears that the Arubans revere their dead and their memorials. I visited European cemeteries that were well maintained & visited regularly. Americans seem to be neglecting their cemeteries.
    MadSilence


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