Santa Ifigenia Cemetery
Santa Ifigenia Cemetery (Spanish: Cementerio Santa Ifigenia) is a cemetery in Santiago de Cuba and resting place of a few notable Cubans.
The cemetery opened in 1868 to replace smaller Cemetery of Santa Ana.
The cemetery is reached by public transit from bus stops across Avenida Capitán Raúl Perozo. Parking is available for buses at the entrance of the cemetery.
Notable burials and memorials
- José Martí (d. 1895) - national hero
- Fidel Castro (d. 2016) - Cuban president and revolutionary leader
- Carlos Manuel de Céspedes
- Dominga Moncada, General Guillermón Moncada’s mother
- Emilio Bacardi - son of the founder of Bacardi fortune Facundo Bacardi
- wife Elvira Cape de Bacardi
- Frank País (d. 1957) - Cuban revolutionary
- María Cabrales, Antonio Maceo’s wife
- Mariana Grajales, Maceos’ mother
- Nikolai Yavorsky (d. 1947) - Russian born choreographer
- Tomás Estrada Palma - First democratically elected Cuban president
- Pantheon of the Dead for the Defense
- Pantheon to the Martyrs of Virginius
- Pantheon of the Revolution’s Martyrs
- The Heroes' Altarpiece
- Tomb of Martyrs of San Juan de Wilson
- Che Guevara Mausoleum
- Lenin's Mausoleum
- Kremlin Wall Necropolis
- Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum
- Mai Dịch Cemetery
- Georgi Dimitrov Mausoleum
- Sükhbaatar's Mausoleum
- National Monument in Vitkov
- Carol Park
- Mausoleum of Mao Zedong
- Babaoshan Revolutionary Cemetery
- Kumsusan Memorial Palace
- Revolutionary Martyrs' Cemetery
- Patriotic Martyrs' Cemetery
- Zentralfriedhof Friedrichsfelde
- National Martyrs Cemetery of Albania
- House of Flowers
- El Museo Histórico Militar de Caracas
- National Pantheon of Venezuela
- Powązki Military Cemetery
- Farkasréti Cemetery
- Kerepesi Cemetery
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