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Cemetery in karlsruhe germany
Karlsruhe

Curved paths instead of rigid axles plane belonged to the novel concept of the park cemetery. While standing at the main paths of representative monuments, the simpler graves were hidden behind hedges. Increases is the former crematorium chapel for funerals today on a small scale. Since 2003, included in a My last garden area referred Funerals. In the cemetery there is a Muslim burial ground. Separateness is an orthodox and a liberal-Jewish cemetery.

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Cemetery in karlsruhe germany
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