Pere-Lachaise is the most beautiful and largest cemetery in Paris and one of the largest cemetery in the world. The name of the cemetery comes from the name Jesuit confessor of King Louis XV, and the founder of the cemetery was Napoleon Bonaparte. Père Lachaise Cemetery was opened on 21 May 1804. The cemetery is as much as 44 hectares planted with trees, many of which are over 100 years old. In addition, there are plenty of priceless works of art that adorn many tombstones, giving the place an even more specific, artistic expression. Pere-Lachaise is primarily a burial place of many famous people, even Edith Piath, which is buried in a foreign grave, because he could not afford on their own. Oscar Wilde, whom the monument church authorities ordered to remove the penis. Others are for example: Maria Callas, Jim Morrison, Victor Hugo, Proust, Moliere, Balzac. At the cemetery is the grave of Frederic Chopin and other prominent Poles wileu (Cyprian Kamil Norwid, Joseph Wysocki, Jaroslaw Dabrowski). Père Lachaise is still an operating cemetery and accepting new burials.