French Singer Edith Piaf had a tough beginning to her life. Still, she managed to rise above it. By the time WW II ended, Édith had toured the world and become internationally known.
One of her most beloved and memorable songs was “La Vie en Rose.” She died in 1967, and she was only 47 at the time. Today, you can visit her Paris childhood home which was turned into a museum dedicated to her life. Her gravestone can be found in the Pere Lachaise cemetery in France.
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.
Jean Paul Sartre and Simone De Beauvoir
Back in the day, Jean-Paul Sartre and Simone De Beauvoir were what we'd call it couple. They were both existentialist French philosophers, and if you are not sure exactly what that means, you're not the only one.
While she died six years after he did, the two share a gravestone in a cemetery in Paris, France. The two spent their lives challenging societal ideas together, so it's only fitting they are going to spend eternity together.
The actress and singer appeared in numerous iconic films, such as ‘A Star is Born,’ ‘The Wizard of Oz,’ and ‘Meet Me in St. Louis’ — all of which she delivered powerhouse performances in. In addition, her live shows in the later years of her career are regarded as some of the greatest live performances in showbiz history.
She was originally buried in New York’s Ferncliff Cemetery, but in 2017 her family decided she should be in Hollywood and moved her to the Hollywood Forever Cemetery. We bet she's happier now.
This photo, taken on march 1st, 2016, in Los Angeles, California, at Holy Cross Cemetery, shows the gravestone of the much beloved American actress, dancer, and producer Rita Hayworth.
She is best known for her 1946 performance in the film Noir Gilda, opposite Glenn Ford. Hayworth often played the role of the femme fatale in many major motion pictures of the 1940s and 50s.