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Campo Santo

famous cemetery in Pisa, with Gothic arcades and Renaissance frescoes. [Ital. Hist.: Collier’s, XV, 433]
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Piscitelli's coverage of the migration issue over the last 12 months was part of a Friday screening at the Campo Santo dedicated to refugees, while his long-term work on immigration was exhibited at last year's edition of the festival, and his work in Syria was part of the screenings in 2013.
"It's not part of their job," Archbishop Angel Lagdameo, prelate of the Jaro Archdiocese in Central Philippines' Iloilo said, referring to efforts by Father Nelson Silvela of San Joaquin parish to look for treasure inside the "Campo Santo" or cemetery, on the church compound.
Sebald (1944-2001), including Asterlitz, After Nature, Campo Santo, The Emigrants, and the Rings of Saturn, among others, bringing foreword how his representations of queer bachelors and homosexual desire convey alternative and subversive attitudes with regard to repressive, patriarchal elements of German society.
There are more charming cities in Italy--Pisa suffered from centuries of neglect only to be bombed by both sides in World War II--but the cluster of religious monuments on Pisa's great piazza is unparalleled: Taken separately, the cathedral, baptistery, Campo Santo, the Ospedale that houses the Museo delle Sinopie, and, of course, the famous Tower constitute the most splendid collection of buildings in any one city, but taken as a whole, as one harmonious system of structures, the Piazza, as has been said truly (by Piero Sanpaolesi), is the most beautiful religious site since the Athenians rebuilt their temples on the Acropolis in the fifth century B.C.
On recent visits we have abandoned the hustle of St Mark's, spending more time in the smaller piazzas, such as Campo Santo Stefano.
When, less than a year later, Oscar, laden with roses, made a pilgrimage to her grave in the Campo Santo in Genoa, seeing the omission of his own name, and indeed of all traces of their connection, from Constance's tombstone, sobbed uncontrollably.
All quotations are from the published catalogue of the seminar Where Art Worlds Meet: Multiple Modernities and the Global Salon, 9-12 December 2005, Istituto Veneto di Scienze , Lettere ed Arti, Palazzo Cavalli Franchetti, Campo Santo Stefano, Venice
El sexto volumen de la coleccion <<Iglesia y Catolicismo>>, dirigida por Erwin Gatz, rector del Campo Santo Teutonico en Roma, trata sobre los paises de America Latina y el Caribe, y ha sido coordinado por Johannes Meier, catedratico de historia de la Iglesia en la universidad de Maguncia, y su colaborador Veit Strassner.
Jackson will be laid to rest in a gold-plated coffin at Forest Lawn s Great Mausoleum, an elaborate neo-classical building inspired by Genoa s famous Campo Santo.