The cemetery occupies a rectangular parcel in edge of road. The walls are limestone rubble. In the central aisle is a cemetery cross. Many tombs of the 19th century have been spotted including several stelae surmounted of a broken column. There are also many circular plates made of porcelain bearing the names of the deceased, these plates are often illustrated with an allegorical motif: thoughts, hands clasped, tombs... A grave is a rectangular stone which corners are occupied by two characters standing, dressed in tunics. This stele was required of a veiled pot today deposited on the floor of the Tomb. The dedication is not King died in 183. (?). On October 30, 1854, the Mayor of Turgon requesting the prefect to change the location of the cemetery which was located in front of the Church as indicated on the old cadastral map of 1835. The current site is located north out of the village, about 125 yards from the latter.
Source: Ministry of Culture, France
Cemetery, The cemetery occupies a rectangular parcel in edge of road. The walls are limestone rubble. In the central aisle is a cemetery cross. Many tombs of the 19th (...) Cemetery, French Heritage monument to Turgonturgon, charente
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