In one of the nicer neighborhoods of Buenos Aires is a cemetery unlike any you've ever seen. La Recoleta Cemetery, with 4,691 vaults, all above ground, contains the graves of many wealthy and notable people such as Argentine Presidents, Nobel Prize winners, Eva Perón and many others.
The cemetery is laid out in a grid more or less, and contains a number of elaborate mausoleums made of marble and decorated with statues and roman columns. It's also the first public cemetery in Buenos Aires.
One of the many tombs inside La Recoleta Cemetery.