The North Cemetery in Manila, Philippines, established in 1904, covers an area of 133 acres. The graves range from mausoleums (some as large as 860 square feet) to flat markers and from crypts to columbarium niches. The cemetery is a veritable labyrinth: a burial place for the dead with a population of two thousand, it is also a living space.
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