Lakeview Cemetery (Seattle) is situated in the northwest of downtown Seattle. To its east is Lake Washington, adjacent to Lake Union in the west, and not far south is Capitol Hill in Seattle. It is quiet and solemn, surrounded by lakes, green grass, and a treasure land of geomantic omen. Lakeview Cemetery was built in 1872. There are many famous people and pioneers in Seattle, including Princess Angelina, daughter of the Chief of Seattle, Beria, Mayor of Seattle, Brown, founder of Gottliebrian-Brian, Washington, member of Denny Party, founder of Seattle, martial arts artist Bruce Lee and Lee Guohao. There are also memorials for Japanese Americans killed in World War II. Traffic is convenient here. We ride Bus 545 from the East Bank of Lake Washington, Seattle, via 520 Bridge to Montlake Frwy St on the West Bank of Lake Washington, turn Bus 43 to Capitol Hill and get off at 24th AVE E EGaler St. Walk westward for another 15 minutes, through Galer St - to 15 Avenue, and then to Lake View Cemetery. We are here mainly to pay homage to and worship the famous Chinese Kung Fu master and actor Bruce Lee and his son. The Chinese have come a lot. The Cemetery Administration Office has Bruce Lee's Visitor Register and a sketch of the cemetery instructions.
The cemetery is a very public place, where a famous Chinese, Bruce Lee, is buried, so many tourists come here spontaneously.
Cemetery is a very important burial place in Seattle. There are a lot of large cemeteries, not far away is a very obvious church.
Mr. Bruce Lee's cemetery is here. As a movie fan, I want to remember it. It's quiet. Let's rest in peace for the deceased.