Lemo is a cemetery located in the rocky wall of the hills.
This hill is called Lemo because its shape resembles a round citrus fruits (lemon).
On the hill, there are about 75 holes and each hole is a cemetery with the graves of family size of 3 x 5 M.
To make this hole can take 6 months to 1 year at a cost of approximately Rp. 30 million.
This place is often referred to as the home of the spirits.
In the cemetery you can see the bodies stored in the open air, amid the steep rocks.
This cemetery is a combination of death, art and ritual.
At certain times of the clothing the body will be replaced with a ceremony Ma Nene.
Grave Stone Lemo is located in the north Makale, Tana Toraja in South Sulawesi, Indonesia.