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La Capella di Sant'Antonio

La Cappella di Sant'Antonio (‘The Chapel of St Anthony of Padua’) was given the name after the patron saint of lost articles, shipwrecks, sailors and fisherman.

La Cappella di Sant'Antonio Mausoleum is an elegant, European inspired building, wrapped by airy colonnades. With soft-toned granite creating a mix of contrasting and complementary colours, it features a range of crypts, including single and double.

The crypt facings all feature a vase and vigil lamp and are personalised with a bronze epitaph. Adjoining the Mausoleum is a small chapel dedicated to St Anthony of Padua.

Please note: There are no places remaining at the mausoleum at Williamstown Cemetery. You may be interested in our new addition to Keilor's Gallery of the Saints mausoleum.