Cemetery or graveyard, cemetery as in a resting place and graveyard as in a burial ground with a church so, Le Repos Saint-François d'Assise founded in 1916 is a cemetery simply because there is no church on the premises but' there are mausoleums, columbariums and a crematorium.
A mausoleum as in "an external free-standing building constructed as a monument enclosing the burial chamber of a deceased person or persons". A columbarium as in "a structure used to store and display urns that contain cremated remains on areas called niches" and, a crematorium as in "a venue for the cremation of the dead".
Appeasing moments in one of the most important cemetery in Canada called Le Repos Saint-François d'Assise. I personally took many pictures in that beautiful cemetery with many magnificent trees where I often go for very long and very peaceful walks.
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