Van Gogh's Tomb

Vincent Van Gogh died at Auvers-sur-Oise in 1890 and was buried at the new cemetery inaugurated in 1858. Theo, his brother and confidant, who died a year later, is buried nearby. Two stelae against the left side wall of the cemetery modestly indicate the place where the two are buried. From there, visitors can admire a pretty view of the church tower.

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Cimetière d’Auvers

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