The Père Lachaise Cemetery attracts thousands of Paris visitors each year. It is affectionately called la cite des morts, or the city of the dead, by Parisians. The cemetery has three World War I Memorials and winding paths that are listed by “street” names. The Père Lachaise Cemetery was established by Napoleon in 1804; and it is the resting place of many famous people such as Oscar Wilde, Jim Morrison and Gertrude Stein.
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