Roermond, the old cemetery.
One of the oldest cemeteries in the Netherlands. (History dates back to 1785).
The cemetery consists of five parts, namely:
2) Dutch Reformed.
3) Old Jewish area. Here are only six tombs, dated between 1843 and 1857.
4) New Jewish section.
5) “Lost Cemetery” section reserved for unbelievers, suicides and unbaptized children.
There are also 47 crypts, including the bishop’s chapel, here are the archbishops of the diocese of Roermond interred.