This cemetery, some 2km northeast of Tabor, is Ljubljana’s answer to Père Lachaise in Paris or London's Highgate. It is 'home’ to a number of Slovenian actors, writers, painters and a certain distinguished architect – Gospod Plečnik himself – but is best known for the ornamental gates, chapels and colonnades designed by the architectural master in 1940. There are also the graves of Austrian, Italian and German soldiers from both world wars and a small Jewish section.