At the north end of town, the Pocahontas Cemetery, which overlooks the town from a steep hillside, resembles no other burial ground in Virginia. Up and down the hill, the graveyard's exceptional variety of grave markers includes rustic stone crosses, feathery marble angels, an enameled portrait of a baby, and the marker (1925) for Antonio Cattapuzza carved to represent stacked logs. Some have Orthodox crosses, some have inscriptions in Eastern European languages, and there is even a rusticated rock-faced stone mausoleum.
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