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Mausoleum Types and Styles By Joe Dimello

  in Death | Published 2012-10-18 03:04:15 | 534 Reads | Unrated

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There are different types of mausoleum. The major classification is made between Community Mausoleum and Private Mausoleum. These types of mausoleums are often found within cemeteries. Based on mausoleum styles, the cost of mausoleum varies. Besides, the building material that is used in order to b uild the mausoleum matters in terms of mausoleum cost. You can visit at this site http://mausoleum.com

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Mausoleum in simple terms is the final resting place for the dead. It is an external building constructed as a monument in order to serve it as a burial chamber for the deceased. Mausoleum culture is popular across the globe. There are host of examples all over the world of great examples built showing love and respect towards the loved ones who live no more. Some of the most popular mausoleums across the globe are Taj Mahal in India, Higashi Otani Mausoleum in Japan, M.A. Jinnah Mausoleum in Karachi, Habib Bourguiba’s Mausoleum in Tunisa, Kumsusan Memorial Palace in North Korea, and Spr
ing Valley Mausoleum in Minnesota and so on.

 There are different types of mausoleum. The major classification is made between Community Mausoleum and Private Mausoleum. Community mausoleums as the term suggests is built for an entire community. These types of mausoleums are often found within cemeteries. Community mausoleums are large and entomb dozens and many a times a hundred of deceased. On the other hand private mausoleums are held privately. Such mausoleums are also referred as individual mausoleum. Individual mausoleum or private mausoleum is build for families. This type of mausoleum serves as a family memorial for future generations. In many cases, people outside the family are not allowed to visit private mausoleums. Private mausoleums are built by families on cemeteries or on private property. Private mausoleums are seen usually being built in gardens that serve as a family legacy.

 People can choose to build various types of mausoleum styles. Based on mausoleum styles, the cost of mausoleum varies. Besides, the building material that is used in order to build the mausoleum matters in terms of mausoleum cost. People can choose to build granite mausoleums, marble mausoleums and so on based on their budget and requirement. Granite mausoleums are less costly than marble mausoleums depending on the price of granite and marble. Besides, the location of mausoleum too plays an important role in deciding the mausoleum cost. Community mausoleums can be cheaper than building a private mausoleum. Purchasing a crypt in a community mausoleum is cheaper and is affordable for all. The cost of mausoleum thus depends of a wide range of factors such as mausoleum building material, mausoleum size, mausoleum location, extravagance of mausoleum and so on.

To know more about mausoleum types and styles, you can visit private.mausoleum.com, the leading online directory of mausoleums. You can get all information related to mausoleum types based on religion and community and mausoleum cost based on location and more. Explore mausoleum.com and get all details related to mausoleum.

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