波希米亚国家公墓

波希米亚国家公墓(芝加哥)

波希米亚国家公墓
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GuatemalaCiclista
伊利诺伊州芝加哥357 条分享
History paused
2020年12月 • 夫妻情侣
I had just read about the Eastland Disaster in the Chicago River in 1915 and was motivated to visit the tombs of some of the dead. There is a memorial in section 16 that merits a visit. In that very same section are buried some of those that perished that fateful July day. Many of the tombs have porcelain disk shaped photos of the deceased in their youthful glory. If you visit, please read about the Eastland before going in order to have the proper frame of mind. Jay Bonansinga wrote a great book on the subject.
撰写日期:2020年12月23日
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Jennifer B
伊利诺伊州德斯普兰斯172 条分享
Absolutely beautiful
2020年9月 • 好友
Cemeteries are kind my thing.
This one is beautiful with a lot of history.
You can get a map at the front desk so you can see the point of interest.
Definitely a must see.
Wear comfortable shoes the cemetery is big and lots of walking.
撰写日期:2020年9月20日
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Taylor B
伊利诺伊州芝加哥7,377 条分享
See the Chicago Cubs' columbarium
2019年11月
Bohemian National Cemetery isn't as celebrated as Graceland or Arlington or Hollywood or Forest Lawn or other notable cemeteries my wife and I have visited in our travels from coast to coast. But it is noteworthy for some of its features. Consequently, it's worth a visit. Located at 5255 North Pulaski Road on Chicago's North Side, it was built in 1877 by members of Chicago's Czechoslovakian community after a Czech Catholic woman was denied burial at several Catholic cemeteries in Chicago. It is best known for its limestone gatehouse and its highly decorated columbarium niches, which contain photographs, artwork, flags and other mementos of the individuals whose ashes are stored there, including Czech-American military veterans from the American Civil War, Spanish-American War, World War I and World War II. Notable interments include victims of the USS Eastland disaster in 1915 and Chicago mayor Anton Cermak, who was assassinated in 1933. But many visitors come to see the Chicago Cubs columbarium, a replica of Wrigley Field's red brick wall with a stained glass image of the stadium's scoreboard and a yellow 400-foot marker. The wall of the structure, which was added in 2006, contains 288 niches and seats from Wrigley Field have been placed along its base. Why is it there? Because a Cubs fan named Dennis Mascari raised funds for the project in hopes of making visits to the cemetery less depressing. The cemetery was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2006.
撰写日期:2019年11月22日
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Elliott R
Baltimore91 条分享
Statuary, Recognition of valor, Beautifully kept
2019年8月 • 独自旅游
I'm 1/4 Bohemian, and with two statues by Albin Polasek there, I thought I'd visit.
The man at the office gave me a map of sculpture, war memorials, and the Wrigley Field / Cubs fans resting place. They ssk you not to photograph personal information.

The property is built to be beautiful, and is kept as such.

There is art in graveyards, representing sadness, bravery, hope in the Resurrection, stories of a life lived. The Bohemian National Cemetery bears these stories to all who wish to see. Allow 25-45 min.
撰写日期:2019年9月4日
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Tamsto
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Worst place ever
2019年5月 • 商务型
My family had two family members cremated there one passed in December 2018 the other one passed the beginning of January 2019 worst service ever the place is filthy none of their reference numbers matched on neither one of my family members cremation papers all of them had different reference numbers on them and then when I got what was supposed to be the remains of my sister back there were titanium screws in with her ashes my sister never had any kind of bone Replacements in her body so there should have never been any screws with her ashes and since none of the reference numbers match up we don't believe that those are our family members that they gave to us all so they do animal cremations there also so there's really no telling what ashes you're getting back worst place ever they should be shut down there disrespectful the lady at the desk is clueless when you ask her a question her answer is I don't know and that not only happen with us it happened to other people that were there as customers also so if you plan on getting the ashes of your family member back I suggest that you do not take them there to be cremated
撰写日期:2019年5月17日
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rachelle1625
伊利诺伊州芝加哥163 条分享
Visited during a tour, both beautiful and historical
2018年10月 • 好友
I visited this cemetery during a flashlight tour. Our guide volunteers all his time here and is extremely respectful to those buried here as well as the families of the dead. He taught us a lot about the types of monuments and headstones, the history of those who found the cemetery and the buildings on the property. Highly recommend stopping here.
撰写日期:2018年12月8日
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Prestinna
Chicago, Illinois179 条分享
Well worth a visit
2016年8月 • 独自旅游
This cemetery has more victims of the Eastland disaster than any place in Chicago, and has one of the finest collections of funerary art in the country. The gatehouse, which contains the restrooms, has landmark status, and wouldn't be a bad place for a wedding reception! The columbarium (with crematorium underneath) is reminiscent of Monticello, and is interesting for its patriotic and Masonic themes. All in all, it is well worth a visit.
撰写日期:2017年2月13日
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midwest4
midwest197 条分享
Beautiful and historical!
2016年8月 • 家庭
This is a cemetery rich in history. A cemetery for free thinkers, Memorial to the Eastland Disaster and so much more. Staff is very nice at the cemetery. I have 2 relatives buried so long ago they are still on the paper books and not in the computer system yet. My mother and me purchased a head stone for a family member and just stopped by today to see that the new headstone is in and they cleaned the area around the two graves. What a rich piece of Chicago history and wonderful, dedicated people who work there!
撰写日期:2016年8月10日
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RICART75
印第安那Peru1,507 条分享
Heritage.....
2016年7月 • 夫妻情侣
With two generations of family laid to rest at Bohemian National , I've been coming here for well more than 1/2 a century. It's like a step back in time.
Even if one has no family here, it's a fascinating place to visit. The statuary, intricate tombstones, and moving memorials are of a different era. More like old easrern Europe, than the more austere modern design; this is a place for contemplation and reflection.
A large area appropriate for both walking and /or slow driving.
For those who appreciate the historic in all phases of our human experience, this is a must visit.
撰写日期:2016年7月22日
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K F
哥伦比亚特区华盛顿特区72 条分享
Fascinating history
2016年5月 • 好友
When the cemetery was founded in 1877, it was outside the city limits. Established by Czech Freethinkers (ie atheists) there are few religious tombstones. It has one of the few crematoriums still operating in Chicago.

Check in at the office to see if there is a caretaker to show you the chapel. Most easily visited by car (it's that large) but served by several bus lines

Keep track of the time - when they say that the gates are locked at 4 pm, they mean it!
撰写日期:2016年5月20日
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