Mount Hope Cemetery in RochesterNew York, founded in 1838, is the first municipal cemetery in the United States. Situated on 196 acres (79 ha) of land adjacent to the University of Rochester on Mount Hope Avenue, the cemetery is the permanent resting place of over 350,000 people. The annual growth rate of this cemetery is 500-600 burials per year.The cemetery hosts the sculpture Defenders of the Flag, a Civil War monument made in 1908 by the American sculptor Sally James Farnham.
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Mount Hope Chapel (US127)
Mount Hope Chapel (US127)
Susan B Anthony Grave (US0125)
Susan B Anthony Grave (US0125)
Lone Cross (US0124)
Lone Cross (US0124)
Angle (US0281)
Angle (US0281)
Fall at Mount Hope (US0467)
Fall at Mount Hope (US0467)
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fall at Mount Hope (US0468)
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Fall at Mount Hope (US0469)
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fall at Mount Hope (US04670)
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fall at Mount Hope (US0471)
fall at Mount Hope (US0472)
fall at Mount Hope (US0472)
Susan B Anthony Grave (US0473)
Susan B Anthony Grave (US0473)
fall at Mount Hope (UD0474)
fall at Mount Hope (UD0474)
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fall at Mount Hope (US0476)
fall at Mount Hope (US0476)
fall at Mount Hope (US0476)
Fredict Douglas (US477)
Fredict Douglas (US477)
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