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Myrtle Hill Cemetery, Rome

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Cemetery · Hidden Gem · Tourist Spot
Myrtle Hill Cemetery is the second oldest cemetery in the city of Rome, Georgia. The cemetery is at the confluence of the Etowah River and Oostanaula River and to the south of downtown Rome across the South Broad Street bridge.
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  • We walked around this cemetery during the day and enjoyed reading the old tombstones and admiring the views from the top. We also went up one night to see Rome lights from a different perspective. It....  more »
  • Great place because of it's history and gorgeous monuments. You can see long distances from the top, including all of downtown Rome.  more »
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  • What a beautiful and interesting cemetery. I was completely blown away and the feeling i experienced while there was so humbling. Almost as if an out of body experience. I am so happy that we stopped.
  • It’s such a lovely place to go visit and pay respects. The stroll was quite lovely especially with the view of Rome and all.

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