17 Cemetery Recycles

Cemetery Recycles

Posted on August 29, 2007 by


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This is a territory of Moscow cemetery, you even can see a tomb cross in the left corner of the photo and on the distant side of it there is one more business: the recycling point, so cemetery carries recycling sings on one of its buildings. Can this be called a disrespect?

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via Samson Sholadime

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17 Responses to “Cemetery Recycles”

  1. Alan says:

    No, it can’t. Next?

  2. Richard S. says:

    I was in Moscow and Cheboksary last year. I couldn’t find any inter-city cemeteries. I was told by my girlfriend that Russians are spooked by death, and therefore prefer cemeteries in the countryside.

    Cemeteries are great to interpret a city’s history. I am curious… Do Russians prefer burial or cremation? Are above ground crypts common in cemeteries? What about indoor mausoleums? Are they common? Mr. Webmaster I would like to see some pictures of some cemeteries in Russia.

    • Boris Abramov says:

      Yes there are some large cemeteries in Moscow. The bigest and the most famous one is the “Vagankovskoe Kladbishe”. It has the graves of some very famous people – Actors, musicians (like “Visotsky” and “Talkov”), politicians and even killed mafia leaders. I think its near the metro “Barikadnaya”. If your are ever in moscow again, I would definatlly see it.

    • D says:

      There was a great post a little while back with gravestones of mafia members.

  3. crash says:

    That’s a funny joke and you all are missing the punch line.

  4. zafarad says:

    At least Russian aware of importance of Recycling.i think this plant is recycles bones for gelatin.very good idea.hole world should follow this trend.once again Russians proved their environment friendly image! ! ! ! ! ! ! !.

  5. David says:

    coffin recycling? or is the building itself recycled? a recycled crypt? haha.

  6. Snibriloid says:

    maybe it’s a buddhist cemetery ;-)

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