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Myrtle Hill Cemetery, Rome

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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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  • Sadly we couldn't due too much exploring here due to flooding but it was a pretty amazing place to see. 
    Sadly we couldn't due too much exploring here due to flooding but it was a pretty amazing place to see.  more »
  • 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
    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 »
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  • We completed a geocaching Adventure which took us all over this very interesting cemetery. It is very hilly. You can drive around, but you will miss a lot unless you get out and climb the stairs or the hills. There is plenty of history here from very old to modern.
  • One of the most historic places of all of Floyd County Georgia

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