Saint-Vincent Cemetery

Saint-Vincent Cemetery (French: Cimetière Saint-Vincent) is a cemetery in the 18th arrondissement of Paris.

Saint-Vincent Cemetery
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Entrance of Saint-Vincent Cemetery
Saint-Vincent Cemetery is located in Paris
Saint-Vincent Cemetery
The location of Saint-Vincent Cemetery
Details
Established1831
Location
CountryFrance
Coordinates48°53′20″N 2°20′20″E / 48.889°N 2.339°E / 48.889; 2.339Coordinates: 48°53′20″N 2°20′20″E / 48.889°N 2.339°E / 48.889; 2.339
TypeCommunal
Owned byMairie de Paris
Size> 0.7 hectares (1.7 acres)
No. of graves900
Find a GraveSaint-Vincent Cemetery

HistoryEdit

Saint-Vincent Cemetery was opened on January 5, 1831. It was Montmartre's second cemetery, built after the Cimetière du Calvaire had been filled.

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LocationEdit

Saint-Vincent Cemetery is located in rue Lucien-Gaulard in the Montmartre Quarter of Paris, France. It is a short walk from the Montmartre Cemetery and near the Sacré-Cœur. The Lapin Agile is located behind the wall, behind the grave of Maurice Utrillo.

  The cemetery is a short walk from the Lamarck – Caulaincourt métro station and is serviced by line 12. The nearest railway stations are Gare du Nord and Gare de Pont-Cardinet.   The cemetery is also served by bus line 80. There is a Vélib' station at Rue du Coulaincourt (18017).

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