Top 10 Most Visited Grave Sites In The World

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6. Jim Morrison:

One of rock’s most talented musicians and one who had tremendous influence on rock music, Jim Morrison is buried at the Pere-Lachaise Cemetery in Paris. Even though he is buried in the august company of celebrities such as Edith Piaf and Oscar Wilde, his grave is the most visited site at this famous cemetery.

 

7. Mark Twain:

175 years after his birth, Samuel  L Clemens, better known as Mark Twain attracts over 3000 visitors to his grave every year. Buried at the Woodlawn Cemetery in Elmira New York, 2010 marks the 125th anniversary of the publication of his book Adventures of Huckleberry Finn.

 

8. Bruce Lee:

The supreme master of martial arts and a kung-fu exponent beyond compare, Bruce Lee’s grave in Seattle’s Lakeview cemetery draws visitors from all over the world. Even 40 years later the mystery of the cause of his death remains unsolved.

 

9. Bob Marley:

Since he died in 1981, the Jamaican government commemorates his birthday by holding one heck of a party near his gravesite. An expensive mausoleum was built over his grave, and it also marks the site of an annual reggae music festival.

 

10. Johnny Cash:

Johnny Cash was buried next to his wife June Carter in Tennessee, and their graves are marked by simple tombstones. Even though it is not as popular as the graves of other singers, yet there is a steady stream of visitors who come to visit this spot.

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