We're looking down in the the friedhof or cemetery of the St. Nikolaus Kirche in Innsbruck. The very rear of the church is visible at the far left. This is a typical traditional Austrian churchyard cemetery, with graves in the chuchyard, and family chapels and crypts in an arcade around the chuchyard. The flowers are very real and are tended regularly, and candles flicker on many of the graves.

        The only atypical feature of this cemetery is a statue that we'll see in the next image of the sidetrip.



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