The non-Catholic cemetery is a small oasis of peace, more frequented by cats than Romans and tourists, in the middle of one of the busiest squares in Rome. If you are not suggestible worth a visit. Here lie the English poets Shelley and Keats, the Italian intellectual Antonio Gramsci, the novelist Carlo Emilio Gadda and one of the rebels of the Beat generation Gregory Corso. But the most impressive and famous tomb is the Great Pyramid of Cestius (36 meters high), which dates at the time of the Roman Empire. The most beautiful tomb is that of William Wetmore Story, the angel of pain.
Via Caio Cestio, 6, 00153 Roma, Italy