Where can celebrant funeral services be held?

In Rome there are several beautiful places where ceremonies can be held. These include the Tempietto Egizio at the Verano Cemetery, a new Mater Admirabilis hall at the Verano cemetery, the Non-Catholic Cemetery at the Piramide, and the Chiesa Valdese at Piazza Cavour or in Via IV Novembre. By Italian law, non-religious funeral services can be held anywhere but in a Catholic church. This means the service can be held in a hall or a hotel, outside, at the graveside, at the scattering after a cremation, or in a private home.