Atina in Frosinone Italy

The Cemetery of Atina

The cemetery of Atina was built in 1840 on the remains of the old Roman town. The entrance to the cemetery is to one side of the ruined church of Santa Maria and San Marco.  The cemetery contains some private chapels including those of the Visocchi,  Sabatini and Mancini families.

Ruined Church of Santa Maria and the Cemetery of Atina Italy
Ruined Church of Santa Maria and the Cemetery of Atina Italy
Ruins of the Church of Santa Maria and the Cemetery of Atina Italy
The Cemetery of Atina Italy
The Cemetery of Atina Italy
Chapel in the Cemetery of Atina Italy

© Philippe Brolet

Chapel in the Cemetery of Atina Italy

© Philippe Brolet

Chapel in the Cemetery of Atina Italy
Chapel in the Cemetery of Atina Italy
Chapel in the Cemetery of Atina Italy
Cimitero di Atina Italia
Cemetery of Atina Italy
Cemetery of Atina Italy
Cemetery of Atina Italy
Cemetery of Atina Italy

Gravestones

There are some really beautiful gravestones.

Statue in the Cemetery of Atina Italy
Statue in the Cemetery of Atina Italy
Statue in the Cemetery of Atina Italy
Statue in the Cemetery of Atina Italy
Statue in the Cemetery of Atina Italy
Statue in the Cemetery of Atina Italy
Gravestone in the Cemetery of Atina Italy
Gravestone in the Cemetery of Atina Italy
Stained Glass Window in the Cemetery of Atina Italy

The Visocchi Family Chapel

Cemetery of Atina Italy
Visocchi Family Chapel in the Cemetery of Atina Italy
Capella della Famiglia Visocchi nel Cimitero di Atina Italia
Chapel of the Visocchi Family of Atina Italy
Visocchi Family Chapel in the Cemetery of Atina Italy
Visocchi Family Chapel in the Cemetery of Atina Italy
Visocchi Family Chapel in the Cemetery of Atina Italy
Visocchi Family Chapel in the Cemetery of Atina Italy
Visocchi Family Chapel in the Cemetery of Atina Italy
Visocchi Family Chapel in the Cemetery of Atina Italy

© Philippe Brolet

View of the Val di Comino from the Cemetery of Atina Italy
Cemetery of Atina Italy
Cemetery of Atina Italy

© Philippe Brolet

At the lower end of the cemetery is the Church of San Pietro which was built on the site of the Temple of Jupiter, and a view of the district of Il Colle and its Church of Santa Croce.

Church of San Pietro Cemetery of Atina Italy
Italian Heart

Photos have been accredited to the photographer / owner.

All other photos I have taken myself –  © Louise Shapcott