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Funerary Garden Located in Veracruz, Mexico

By • May 9, 2018

And now for something completely different. This funerary garden is located approximately 20 minutes away from the port and city of Veracruz, in Mexico, just on the coast of the Gulf. The resulting space is, appropriately, serene and peaceful, providing visitors with a comforting atmosphere in which to grieve. It covers an area of 3 hectares, which is approximately 7.5 acres, and is done in a minimalist and stark style, dotted by trees and with large expanses of green grass.

Interior view of the garden with its lush greenery

The buildings and structures that populate the space are done in a gray tone, a neutral color that also adds a touch of tranquility, allowing the only color in the ensemble to be the green of the grass and tree leaves. One can only imagine, as unfortunately these images don’t show it, how it must look in the spring, with colorful flowers and birds dotting the green trees, a stark contrast to the sobriety of the park which also serves to further illustrate the cycle of life, the understanding of which is a pivotal part in the grieving process.

Interior view of the garden with its lush greenery

An ecumenical chapel will also be included in the park, in addition to family chapels surrounding the lake, which will allow a more private place for visitors to mourn their loved ones.

Interior view of the garden with its lush greenery
Interior view of the garden with its lush greenery
Interior view of the garden with its lush greenery
Interior view of the garden with its lush greenery
Interior view of the garden with its lush greenery
Interior view of the garden with its lush greenery
Interior view of the garden with its lush greenery
Interior view of the garden with its lush greenery
Interior view of the garden with its lush greenery
Interior view of the garden with its lush greenery
Interior of the resting areas
Interior of the resting areas
Interior of the resting areas
Nocturnal view
Nocturnal view
Nocturnal view
Nocturnal view
Nocturnal view

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