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Some common methods of final disposition of cremated remains are:
• Cremation Niche: an above-ground space to accommodate a cremation urn.
• Columbarium: Often located within a mausoleum or chapel and constructed of numerous niches designed to hold urns.
• Cremation Garden: a dedicated section of a cemetery designed for the burial, scattering or other permanent placement of ashes.
• Memorial Benches: benches that either simply memorialize a loved one scattered or buried in a cremation garden, or actually contain the remains within.
Headstones
Some cemeteries allow upright headstones, called “monuments,” to be used with ground burials. Headstones that are flat against the ground are called “markers.” In some cemeteries, or sections of cemeteries, only flat markers are used to preserve the natural appearance of the landscape.
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