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Burial in tunnels
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Reviving Burial in Tunnels
Every year the tunneling business is expanding and collaboration with the International Society of City and Regional Planners (ISOCARP) for the future design of cities and urban communities is in the making. During the last half of this century, billions of people migrated to cities, and it is estimated that by 2030 almost five billion people worldwide will reside in urban communities.
The Har HaMenuchot project – a tunnel for burials
“Har HaMenuchot is the largest cemetery in Jerusalem, Israel. The hilltop burial ground lies at the western edge of the city adjacent to the neighborhood of Givat Shaul, with commanding views of Mevaseret Zion to the north, Motza to the west, and Har Nof to the south.
The Bleak Future of Jewish Burial
A Look Inside Jerusalem's Underground 'Cemetery City'.
Israel already has burial ‘towers.’ A new initiative will launch burial tunnels, complete with elevators, motorized carts and even a museum in this new effort to address the severe shortage of space for the dead