One such cemetery in Romania is not a solemn white but a riot of colour.
Romanian Style Tombstone
In Romania there is a cemetery, it is not a solemn white, but colorful;Grave sweepers and visitors come here not with secret tears or gloomy faces, but with smiles or laughter.Each tombstone is not a photograph of the deceased or a eulogy for his descendants, but a caricature of the deceased and a picture of his life. The inscription is a first-person humorous account of his resume and representative humorous stories in humorous language. People call this cemetery "happy cemetery".
The author approached the first tombstone and saw a picture of a middle-aged man on it. The charmless appearance made people laugh.The epitaph of the dead reads: "you may as well stand there and see you in the cemetery as stand there and see me in the cemetery!"
When I turned around, a picture of a middle-aged woman spinning a thread appeared. The inscription on the bottom of the picture was a little poem written in romanian: "my name is maria.One is not easy, pull three children.In order to make more money, spinning cotton.Illness came and took me away.Died, I was 48.Lie here every day, watching baby grow up.The son is married and the daughter is married.The in the mind is quite steady, have no worry again."On the one hand, I felt sorry for her early death and left three children to raise. On the other hand, I was infected by her optimistic and contented spirit.
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