A cemetery is a designated area where the remains of deceased people are Buried or Entombed.

It is a place where people can be Interred and where their remains can be remembered and honored by loved ones.

Cemeteries can vary in many ways, reflecting specific religious beliefs, social attitudes, or affiliation with a specific community.

They often contain rows of Grave sites, each marked with a Headstone or other Marker that identifies the name, birth and death dates, and other information about the deceased person.

Some cemeteries may also have Mausoleums, Crypts, or Columbaria, structures designed for above-ground burial or the storage of Cremated remains.

Cemeteries can also serve as places of reflection and contemplation, and may feature landscaping, sculptures, and other artistic and architectural elements to create a peaceful atmosphere.