The Ohlsdorf Cemetery covers 400 hectares well-known throughout the world for its beautiful parkland and abundant plants. It is located in the north of Hamburg. Opened at the beginning of the 19th century, it is one of the world´s largest cemeteries. The area includes 17 kilometres of roads, 13 chapels of different religions, ponds and a crematory. Gustav Gründgens, Hans Albers, Carl Hagenbeck and many other celebrities are buried here. Fantastic old gravestones can be found in some areas of the cemeteries.The chapels and buildings are all different in style. The main offices were built between 1900 and 1914.