This Protestant cemetery was built in 1828 in what was a quiet corner of the city. Today, however, the roads encircling the site have isolated the hill, and surrounded it by daily traffic. Some famous people are buried here, including Elizabeth Barrett Browning, the art historian Robert Davidson and Gian Pietro Vieusseux. It was closed in 1878, and another Protestant cemetery was built, the Cimitero degli Allori in Via Senese.
Parks, Gardens & Cemeteries