Ms Rotterdam in the Norwegian fjords.
Most beautiful cemetery
Death. Burial. Decay. Not usually words synonymous with beauty. But there's much to be said for the melancholic charm of burial grounds. And London is hard to beat when it comes to cemeteries. The Victorian cityfolk had a knack for nailing the perfect mixture of grand, gothic, overgrown and whimsical. The so-called Magnificent Seven were all established between 1832 and 1841, and of these the superstar is Highgate cemetery, a hugely atmospheric sprawl of elaborately carved marble and granite. It's also home to some famous tombs, including those of Karl Marx and Douglas Adams.