Peter Louis Ravené grave monument in French Private Cemetery, Berlin, Berlin, Germany

Peter Louis Ravené grave monument: legible names and details

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Peter Louis "Pierre" Ravené
1861681793first name on monumentRavené was a rich industrialist of French Hugenot origins who inherited the family business from his well-established father Jacob Ravené (who was also buried in the cemetery but the tomb is now destroyed). Peter developed the family interests by investing in copper mines in Anhalt which supplied the new railways. With the resulting wealth he developed an important art collection which he displayed to the public and part of which now is displayed in the Bode Museum in Berlin. He was an adept of occultism and predicted - correctly - that he would died in 1861.


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French Private Cemetery, Berlin, Berlin, Germany

French Private Cemetery, Berlin
French Private Cemetery

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