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  1. The cemetery was closed on 25 March 1794, reputedly because it was full, but maybe for sanitary reasons, as it was located in an affluent part of Paris. Major interments were the 133 victims of the firework celebration of the marriage of the Dauphin (the future Louis XVI ) to Marie Antoinette of Habsburg-Lorraine on 30 May 1770 and those of the Swiss Guards who were massacred in the Tuileries ...

  2. Opened in 1820 in the expensive residential and commercial districts of the Right Bank near the Champs-Élysées, by 1874 the small Passy Cemetery had become the aristocratic necropolis of Paris. It is the only cemetery in Paris to have a heated waiting-room. Sheltered by a bower of chestnut trees, the cemetery is in the shadow of the Eiffel Tower.

  3. En 1874, il devient la « nécropole aristocratique » de la capitale, bénéficiant de la proximité des quartiers résidentiels et commerciaux chics de la Rive droite, près de l’avenue des Champs-Élysées, qui se sont lotis aux environs depuis sa création. À partir de cette date, comme pour les autres cimetières de Paris, les concessions y sont soit perpétuelles, soit centenaires [2].