crematorium

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  • A very big religious fair is also arranged every year around this crematorium.
  • I do not, however, see any spot that is more sacred than the crematorium. Cited from The Mahabharata of Krishna-Dwaipayana Vyasa, Volume 4
  • The camp was divided into two sections: the camp area and the crematorium.
  • Today all that remains of the camp is the former crematorium.
  • The crematorium was the first to be built in the style of a church.
  • In the latter year a crematorium was also opened here.
  • The current crematorium was finished around 1939, although since then some buildings have been added.
  • Police, accompanied with immediate family members carried the body to crematorium.
  • The crematorium is also a listed building and is notable for its beautiful stained glass window.
  • He was also the first witness to draw plans and cross-sections to explain how the crematoria worked.
  • But even she has to cover her face when sitting on the crematorium at Auschwitz.
  • Proper gas chambers and industrial-scale crematoria were in the process of being constructed.
  • It is said that the place was a crematorium long ago and was an isolated place.
  • In terms of area it is the largest crematorium in Europe.
  • One of the SS was standing beside them, but his back was turned towards the crematorium building.
  • An eighth cemetery and a second crematorium are owned by a private company.
  • It is being presented as an alternative option at some British crematorium sites.
  • Four years later similar action was taken in Liverpool where the fourth crematorium in Great Britain was established.
  • In that year SS authorities constructed a crematorium at a site near the camp prison.
  • One of the things we in the West might imitate with advantage is the village crematorium. Cited from The Foundations of Japan, by J.W. Robertson Scott
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