Useful Links

Other Cemeteries:

The Association of Significant Cemeteries in Europe(ASCE), of which the Non-Catholic Cemetery is a member

The Commonwealth War Graves Commission in Italy, there is a CWGC cemetery with the graves of some of the many Commonwealth servicemen who fell in Italy located in via Zabaglia, opposite the Non-Catholic Cemetery

The Protestant Cemetery in Florence

The former English Cemetery in Naples

The Mausolea & Monuments Trust is a charitable trust for the protection and preservation of mausolea and funerary monuments situated in Great Britain and Ireland

The Fondazione Montaigne (Montaigne Foundation) administrators of the English Cemetery in Bagni di Lucca in Tuscany

Other sites of interest:

The Keats Shelley Memorial House, Rome, home and deathplace of the English Romantic poet John Keats, buried in the Cemetery

The Andersen Museum, Rome, studio and home of the Norwegian/American sculptor and painter Hendrik Christian Andersen, buried in the Cemetery

The Fondazione Istituto Gramsci, Rome, foundation set up in memory of the Italian Communist writer Antonio Gramsci, buried in the Cemetery

Casa di Goethe, home of the German writer Goethe during his stay in Rome - Goethe's son August is buried in the Cemetery

ICCROM, The International Centre for the Study of the Preservation and Restoration of Cultural Property

Il Trattore, the co-operative responsible for garden maintenance in the Cemetery

Roma Video, click on Musei e Monumenti to see videos about the Cimitero Acattolico and its neighbouring Piramide Cestio

Wanted in Rome, a magazine for the English-speaking community in Rome

Il Labirinto, Rome-based quality in poetry, narrative, essay and art books illustrated by contemporary artists, some of which are on sale in the Cemetery Visitors Centre

The Anglican Centre in Rome building friendly and informed relations between the Anglican Communion and the Roman Catholic Church

I Gatti della Piramide - the Cats of the Pyramid charity organisation that runs the cat sanctuary next to the Pyramid and whose volunteers feed and care for the cats that live in and around the Cemetery