Several times every year I’m visiting our most beautiful cemetery called „Ohlsdorf“ which was founded in 1877 and has a basal area of 966 acres. It’s the largest park cemetery of the world and even bigger than Central Park, NY. Anybody who is interested can read more details under http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ohlsdorf_Cemetery.
I particularly love the old angel-tombstones from art nouveau time. They have a lot of symbolism. People that have died 100 and more years ago are still not forgotten.
The main reason I go there is to put flowers on my father’s grave who died very young at the age of 48 leaving me behind as a semi-orphan at four and a half.
Gone, but not forgotten deals with my father whom I hold in grateful memory ever since and who is still in my heart. I love you Daddy.