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Forest Lawn Cemetery


Forest Lawn Cemetery


Forest Lawn Cemetery, founded in 1849, is a nationally significant historic landscape, cherished by both residents and visitors to Buffalo, New York. The 269 acres of curving drives, reflective lakes, and alternating areas of scenic creek, open knolls, and wooded glades serve as a place of repose for 170,000 permanent residents, including a U.S. President, a founder of Flag Day, the first U.S. licensed female architect, and many other nationally recognized personalities. The arboretum includes special collections of Yoshino cherry trees surrounding Mirror Lake in the center of the cemetery, and a grove of bald cypress trees, which were planted during the 1901 Pan-American Exposition in Buffalo.


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1990 Main Street, Buffalo, New York 14208, United States,
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