African Cemetery No. 2

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African Cemetery No. 2

L’African Cemetery No. 2 (Cimetière africain n°2) ou The Cemetery of the Union Benevolent Society No. 2 est un cimetière historique situé à Lexington dans le Kentucky, aux États-Unis.

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