Crematorium, Pere la Chaise cemetery, Paris, 1888 by Unknown

Crematorium, Pere la Chaise cemetery, Paris, 1888

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Crematorium, Pere la Chaise cemetery, Paris, 1888

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Crematorium, Pere la Chaise cemetery, Paris, 1888. Illustration published in March 1888 while the building was under construction. In Europe during the late 19th century, cremation gradually became an acceptable method of disposing of the dead. The first modern crematorium was built at Woking in Surrey, England, in 1885.

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  • Oxford Science Archive / Heritage Images

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