The Kerepesi Cemetery is next to the main cemetery Új köztemető a significant cemetery in Budapest. It was opened in 1847. The cemetery looks like a large silent park.
In the Kerepian Cemetery prominent Hungarian men, writers, architects, actors and scientists have been buried, some of them also in mausoleums. The first significant funeral was that of Mihály Vörösmarty in 1855. In the Second World War, there was some damage.
The Kossuth Mausoleum is the largest and most pompous building in the entire cemetery, followed by the central Deák mausoleum. Also, the Kerepian cemetery is known for its arcades built between 1908 and 1911, reminiscent of Northern Italian cemeteries. At the artist’s section, in which great Hungarian artists were buried, was created in 1929.
Gräber im Morgendunst – Graves in the morning, Ungarn/Hungary
Allee auf dem Kerepesi Friedhof – Avenue in the Kerepesi Cemetery, Ungarn/Hungary
Kunstvolle Grabsteine – Artificial gravestones, Ungarn/Hungary
Die Arkaden auf dem Kerepesi Friedhof – The arcades at the Kerepesi Cemetery, Ungarn/Hungary
Der Engel – The Angel, Ungarn/Hungary
Déak Mausoleum – Déak Mausoleum, Ungarn/Hungary
Die Arkaden auf dem Kerepesi Friedhof – The arcades on Kerepesi Cementery, Ungarn/Hungary
Ranken am Grabstein – Vines on the gravestone, Ungarn/Hungary
Mausoleum – Mausoleum, Ungarn/Hungary
Die Bittende – The petitioner, Ungarn/Hungary
Bäume und Gräber – Trees and graves, Ungarn/Hungary
Grabstätte im römischen Stil – Grave in the Roman style, Ungarn/Hungary
Ein Fenster für den Ruhenden – A window for the resting, Ungarn/Hungary
Der Engel – The Angel, Budapest, Ungarn/Hungary
Der Zahn der Zeit – The ravages of time, Ungarn/Hungary
Stilvolle letzte Ruhe – Stylish last rest, Ungarn/Hungary