Campo Santo


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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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The initiative will also follow the years of collaborative performance work creations from Campo Santo and the Living Word Project for Intersection for the Arts and Youth Speaks, including the first plays by Youth Speaks stars Chinaka Hodge and Dennis Kim.
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.
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.
The week-long event attracts thousands of photo-journalists who have the opportunity to exhibit their work on an enormous IMAX-style screen in Campo Santo.