Hey Ben, I really like your photos. Keep them coming! My mother's family has a mausoleum like that but in NY near Citi Field. Her grandpa founded the Garment District labor union in the 1920s, before the Great Depression. They were rich and all the big shots had these cemetery chambers built to show off to each other. They paid the cemetery owners to maintain the mausoleum for life - good thing, because they lost ALL THEIR $ in the Depression. We can still go see it today, just like you saw Eva Perone's tomb. Ask me about it when we see you guys later this year. And have Mom explain the NY garment district :)
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