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The cemetery is about 250 meters walk from the Auvers-sur-Oise église. If you are an art lover you’ll notice a lot of famous names in the cemetery (of course vangogh brothers are the most famous ones depending on who you ask).
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This is a cemetery with many commonwealth graves and of course that of Vincent and Theo Van Gogh. For Van Gogh fans all over the world, this place must be like a pilgrimage. Be prepared to walk uphill for some time and then through a...More
We used our navigo decouverte on the train to Auvers and it was a very enjoyable day. There was a lot of walking around once you arrive in Auvers if you want to see things but our favourite was seeing the corn fields where Van...More
If you are in town to see the Van Gogh sights, be sure to walk to the edge of town to see the graves of Vincent and his brother Theo. The graves are against the outer wall... just wait a few minutes and follow a...More
The entire town of Auvers su Oise is dedicated to Vincent Van Gogh. He spent the last 70 days of his life here and created 80 paintings and 64 sketches. Fitting that he should be buried here and his devoted brother was later laid to...More
After visiting so much about Van Gogh, museums and the room where his died, the final resting place is simple and without grandeur after such a turbulent life. Side by side with his brother Theo, we hope he rests in peace.
Contains the Graves of Vincent and his brother Theo Van Gogh. It is set in a field outside of the village, and one can imagine him painting the interlaced crops of wheat and corn with the woods in the distance