I don’t know where you are in the world, but where I am it’s been raining all week, which means it’s officially autumn. But it also means something else. It’s officially October so I can begin my annual tradition of telling you about spooky museums and attractions and things. And what better way to start than with a visit to cemetery? Berlin’s Weißensee Cemetery is Europe’s second largest Jewish Cemetery. Founded in 1880, there are approximately 115,000 graves located within the cemetery. Due to the rise of Nazism its existence was at risk as a number of Jewish cemeteries in Europe were destroyed during World War II, but surprisingly, the site survived relatively unscathed. As you can see by my photos, I visited during autumn, which gave the place a somewhat eerie quality as I walked around alone with the leaves crunching under my feet. It was also weird to have just stepped off a busy tram and then suddenly find myself in a relatively quiet and secluded location. If you ever go to Berlin, especially in October or November, I definitely recommend paying a visit to Weißensee Cemetery, not just for its history (appeals have been made to add it to the UNESCO world heritage list) but you’ll never see any other cemetery quite like it!