Since its founding in 1869, the Lake View Cemetery has been tagged with many descriptive titles: silent suburb, outdoor museum, green island, arboretum, bird sanctuary, sculpture gallery, public garden and Cleveland’s best address. The 285 acres spread across three municipalities is all that and more, a place established from the start to serve both the living and the dead.
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