Which famous cemetery was opened in 1882 on top of a hill over looking the Asarco Plant?

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Today's question and answer:

Q: Which famous cemetery was opened in 1882 on top of a hill over looking the Asarco Plant?

A: The Smeltertown Cemetery

The road to the cemetery starts near the intersection of Executive and Paisano, where a little street called San Marcos peters out into gravel and climbs up the hill of brown dirt tinged with gray undertones.  It arrives at a pair of pipe gates. This historic cemetery became the final resting place for many people from the Smeltertown community, some of folks who worked the mines and plant that would define much of El Paso’s early identity.

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