It is a fairly big cemetery and it is divided into a protestant, and a catholic part (and a small muslim part as well). It was a good proof for my theory that catholic cemteries are much more interesting and have what i call a sense for beauty.
The protestant part was mostly dreary headstones with barely anything on them that makes them remarkable; the catholic on the other hand were often accompanied by statues of the holy mother which was like an ever going on theme around the catholic part:
So much for the catholic part. When i said that the protestant part was dreary and boring i was right. But not entirely. There were some oddities i'd like to show you. The first one was on a headstone and even when it's nowhere near being beautiful it's at least interesting:
The next one is plain weird: I wonder why in the name of all that's holy would someone have a portrait like this on his (or her) headstone:
What i wonder about this one: Is this deliberate? Or is it meant to be a thing for good rememberance? Or is it a cheap laugh for the people who knew the deceased? Or was everybody blind?