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Cementerio Auvers su Oise

Auvers sur Oise | Rien Sur La Voie Verte Paris Londres, 95430 Auvers-sur-Oise, France
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Poignant but perhaps could re-surface the car park

Very touching to see the brothers' graves side by side. You can follow the walking trail... read more

Reviewed yesterday
sunville2014
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Malahide, Ireland
Brothers together

After visiting so much about Van Gogh, museums and the room where his died, the final resting place... read more

Reviewed 9 July 2018
Honkeytonk
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Adelaide
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Auvers sur Oise | Rien Sur La Voie Verte Paris Londres, 95430 Auvers-sur-Oise, France
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Reviewed yesterday

Very touching to see the brothers' graves side by side. You can follow the walking trail (signposted). If you drive, watch out for the potholes in the graveyard!

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Reviewed 9 July 2018

After visiting so much about Van Gogh, museums and the room where his died, the final resting place is simple and without grandeur after such a turbulent life. Side by side with his brother Theo, we hope he rests in peace.

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Reviewed 13 June 2018 via mobile

Contains the Graves of Vincent and his brother Theo Van Gogh. It is set in a field outside of the village, and one can imagine him painting the interlaced crops of wheat and corn with the woods in the distance

Thank Ron C
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Reviewed 13 February 2018 via mobile

This is the cemetery of Van Gogh which is located not far from the church so it is worth to visit after visiting the church because it is one way road if you drive a car.

1  Thank DisneySea
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Reviewed 10 October 2017 via mobile

This is always something you must do when visiting Auvers. It is peaceful & so beautiful. There are beautiful fields nearby where Van Gogh painted. Truly magical.

1  Thank sunflower35
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Reviewed 29 August 2017

Vincent Van Gogh and this brother Theo are both buried here. The cemetery was only new when they were interred 120 odd year ago so it's quite big now. There is a very good display sign at the entrance with a contemporary account of Vincent's...More

1  Thank Eoin O
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Reviewed 13 August 2017

This cemetery is one of the most beautiful I have ever visited due to it's surroundings and simplicity. It is encircled by the fields where Vincent Van Gogh painted some his last paintings and when I visited the hay was growing and the fields where...More

Thank Tourista67
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Reviewed 28 July 2017 via mobile

This lovely, old cemetery on a flat top hill a couple blocks walk from Auvers is a quiet repose to many souls. Most notable are Vincent Van Gogh and his devoted younger brother Theodore who died a half year later. The site against one of...More

1  Thank Feenixwest
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Reviewed 10 June 2017

The cemetery is about 30 minutes' walk from the center of town, and contains the graves of Vincent and Theo van Gogh. Theo died six months later. They are buried in separate graves, but the son of one of Vincent's friends planted ivy around both...More

1  Thank Agnes Q
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Reviewed 28 May 2017

If you are staying nearby and are interested in Vincent Van G than this little town where he died is worth a visit. I have included a photo of his grave, his brother is buried alongside him. I have also included a photo of the...More

Thank Terry D
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The opening hours are: Friday 8:30am–12pm, 1:30–4:45pm Saturday 8:30–11:45am Sunday Closed Monday 1:30–4:45pm Tuesday 8:30am–12pm, 1:30–4:45pm Wednesday 8:30am–12pm, 1:30–4:45pm Thursday 8:30am–12pm
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