The Jamestown Cemetery is a large cemetery in the northern part of Jamestown, the capital of Largonia. It is the largest cemetery in the country and also the oldest. The first dead people were buried around 1880 in a large plain, just outside the city. They were unorderly sorted. When the city grew in the 1920s and 30s, the city grew in surface and surrounded the cemetery. In 1937, the graves were sorted on a line and were surrounded by a wall. Now, there are around fifteen thousand graves and around five thousand cremated people. They are scattered on a large field.
- Paul Austin, in 1941, architect