Stroll with me through the Vysehrad Cemetery in Prague, Czech Republic — the serene final resting place for many, including famous illustrator Alphonze Mucha. His simple polished gravestone was in a place of prominence, but it in no way reflected his art nouveau creativity that romanced with the world.
The gravestones reflected decades of spiritual, artistic and political influence. Adornments ranged from angels, skulls, bronze figureheads, Communist-blocky headstones, and life-size sculptures of weeping women.
Note the date presentation on some of the gravestones (for example, see Adolf Kahler). The four digits of the year are divided in half by the day/month arranged like a fraction.