This cemetery runs along Paris's old northern walls, south and southwest of Trocadéro. It's a small graveyard sheltered by chestnut trees, but it contains many gravesites of the famous -- a concierge at the gate can guide you. Painters Edouard Manet and Romaine Brooks and composer Claude Debussy are tenants. Many great literary figures since 1850 were interred here, including Tristan Bernard, Jean Giraudoux, and François de Croisset. Also present are composer Gabriel Fauré; aviator Henry Farman; actor Fernandel; and high priestess of the city's most famous literary salon, Natalie Barney, along with Renée Vivien, one of her many lovers.