Hans Grässel

Architect

1860 – 1939

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Who was Hans Grässel?

Hans Grässel was a German architect. Grässel studied and performed almost his entire career in Munich, and as the council architect of the city he created a series of cemeteries of which Munich Waldfriedhof, opened in 1907, is well known for being the first woodland cemetery. Grässel also wrote a pamphlet on cemetery design, Über Friedhofanlagen und Grabdenkmale. In 1914, he was given the order Pour le Mérite.

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Born
Aug 8, 1860
Rehau
Also known as
  • Hans Grassel
Nationality
  • Germany
Profession
Lived in
  • Munich
Died
1939
Munich

Submitted
on July 23, 2013

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