For the vastness of its imposing funerary monuments, the Graveyard of Staglieno is considered a real open-air museum. The numerous funerary statues and chapels, mostly of Genoese sculptors, are constructed in different styles, giving the whole of the complex an important value in terms of architecture and funeral sculpture. A path immersed in a place of private memory that sometimes confuses with the public, perceived through the senses as a testament that we could call "figurative", as represented by its funerary monuments. A space defined in its main function as a burial site and last greeting that becomes reflection and peregrination between its borders for many famous figures such as Friedrich Nietzsche, Guy de Maupassant, Mark Twain and many others. A place that will be recounted through two distinct dots: ilsimbolismodei its monuments through the illustrations of a guided guide and the photographic lens of Matteo Mac Niccolai, a professional photographer who will give you the technical tools to loud voice through the image to this immense museum to heaven open. A wonder among the thousand wonders of Genoa.