Fairview Lawn Cemetery, Halifax

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Visit Fairview Lawn Cemetery, a non-denominational cemetery best known as the final resting place for more than 100 of those who died in the sinking of the RMS Titanic. Small, gray granite headstones with simple inscriptions mark the victims of the maritime tragedy. One of the more famous plots here is that of The Unknown Child. Left unidentified for nearly a century, the child has now been formally named the 19-month-old Sidney Leslie Goodwin, an English child who died along with his whole family. To find out how to plan a trip to Halifax, use our trip itinerary maker.
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  • The graves of the Titanic victims are buried in this cemetery , it has the most graves, very sad but well worth visiting, it makes you realise this actually happened! It’s real. Take the 90 bus to.....  more
    The graves of the Titanic victims are buried in this cemetery , it has the most graves, very sad but well worth visiting, it makes you realise this actually happened! It’s real. Take the 90 bus to.....  more »
  • Many known and unknown bodies from the Titanic are buried here. It is a great place to reflect on our historic past. 
    Many known and unknown bodies from the Titanic are buried here. It is a great place to reflect on our historic past.  more »
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  • RIP to all the people who are buried there and died on the titanic. RIP
  • This where people on the titanic are buried

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