Final Resting Place:
Observatoire Camille Flammarion à Juvisy-sur-Orge
32 Avenue de la Cour de France
Juvisy-sur-Orge, Seine-et-Oise, , 91260
Grave Location:Flammarion Private Garden
Grave Location Description
As you walk through the entrance take walk away from the home and towards the gardens – staying to the right. Follow the path into the woods for approximately 100 feet and you will see the Flammarion monument on your right.
In 1919, Camille married his second wife Gabrielle Renaudot (1876–1962) and for six years they worked side by side to promote astronomy in France. After Camille died, Gabrielle continued to maintain Juvisy Observatory and even made arrangements for work to continue after her death. She is buried next to her husband in the observatory park.
Grave Location GPS48.693370, 2.372042
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