Funerary monument to Famille Juillard with the dome and chimneys of Neo-Byzantine style Crematorium, 1908, Camille Formige, in the background, Pere Lachaise Cemetery (Cimetiere du Pere-Lachaise), Paris, France, opened 1804, designed by Alexandre-Theodore Brongniart. Named after Pere Francois de la Chaise (1624-1709), confessor to Louis XIV (1638-1713), who lived in the Jesuit house on the site of the chapel. Picture by Manuel Cohen

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Funerary monument to Famille Juillard with the dome and chimneys of Neo-Byzantine style Crematorium, 1908, Camille Formige, in the background, Pere Lachaise Cemetery (Cimetiere du Pere-Lachaise), Paris, France, opened 1804, designed by Alexandre-Theodore Brongniart. Named after Pere Francois de la Chaise (1624-1709), confessor to Louis XIV (1638-1713), who lived in the Jesuit house on the site of the chapel. Picture by Manuel Cohen

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