That was the OTHER graveyard in Annapolis. There are basically two, one on either side of the road, as you drive in toward Church Circle. One was pretty well kept and mostly empty, the other was run down and had some seedy characters. (Though it seems over time the other got run down as well.)
Shelyn is right. ALL your examples prove that you must pray in private, be it alone, or in a congregation of fellowship, none of which is in public. A mountain top, synagogue, temple, open field of followers, ALL are okay. Any public area is off limits when there are other secular people in that same environment. *You can reserve a public space exclusively for the purpose of fellowship and prayer with no problems. That way, a secularist would know what to expect and go elsewhere. Be respectful.
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