Dan and I took a Sunday afternoon to go exploring to find the cemetery at the corner of Fayette and Green Streets in downtown Baltimore. The church is no longer an active congregation, but the buildings are used for various purposes including a lunch time film series. It's an interesting spot and worth the visit.
The original entrance.
The church was built up over graves to create a catacombs of sorts.
Among the headstones you can read of the old ones, there is such tragedy of young lives lost.
A wide assortment of graves, crypts and vaults.
Edgar Allan Poe was originally buried next to his grandfather (upper right) but then moved to another spot in the cemetery with a much larger marker.
Take a quiet walk through these last photos in honor of those buried there.