Amy Winehouse was one of her generation’s most talented and influential singer-songwriters. She tragically died in 2011 at the age of 27. Her gravestone can be found in the United Kingdom, in the Edgwarebury Cemetery, in Edgware.
It’s black and inscribed with pink writing. The songbird symbolizes her grandmother, who she admired dearly and even had her name tattooed on her arm. The headstone also includes names of people who were close to Amy, including her parents.
Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt
When the thirty-second President of the United States died, he was sitting for a portrait that would never be finished. This president, as well as his wife Eleanor, are buried at their lifelong home in Hyde Park, New York. A simple marble headstone has names, birth dates, and death dates set on a finely-manicured lawn.
These Roosevelts helped get America through one of the darkest times in the last hundred years and died mere months before the end of one of the world's greatest conflicts. Suffering from polio for most of his life, it's thought that Eleanor guided him at the end of his life in matters of state.
Valentin Louis Georges Eugène Marcel Proust was a French novelist, critic, and essayist who wrote the monumental novel "À la recherche du temps perdu," published in seven parts between 1913 and 1927.
He is considered by critics and writers to be one of the most influential authors of the 20th century.
Dogs deserve memorials, too, especially ones as influential as the late canine who played Dorthy's best friend in The Wizard of Oz. This sweet gesture was funded by fans who wanted to make sure the pet would be cherished forever.
The little guy's real name was actually Terry, not Toto. If you want to come and pay the last tribute to him, you can find his memorial at Hollywood Forever Cemetery in Hollywood, California.
Grace Kelly, also known as the princess of Monaco, starred in many classic movies during Hollywood's golden age, including "Dial M for Murder" and "Rear Window," to name a few. She got her princess title after marrying Prince Rainier.
Her 1956 wedding was named the "Wedding of the Century." She died in 1982 at the age of 52 and is now buried in Saint Nicholas Cathedral, Monaco, where most of the country's royals are buried.