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  • Tallinna krematoorium - Galerii - Suur kabel
    Русский Kuidas toimida Krematsioon Teenused Urnid Hinnakiri Galerii Kontakt Suur kabel Tagasi albumisse Lahkunu transport ööpäevaringselt üle Eesti 623 8808 24h Tallinna Krematoorium Lahkunu transport ööpäevaringselt üle Eesti 748 7108

    Original URL path: http://www.krematoorium.ee/tallinn/ee/galerii/suur-kabel (2016-02-01)
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  • Tallinna krematoorium - Galerii - Väike kabel
    Русский Kuidas toimida Krematsioon Teenused Urnid Hinnakiri Galerii Kontakt Väike kabel Tagasi albumisse Lahkunu transport ööpäevaringselt üle Eesti 623 8808 24h Tallinna Krematoorium Lahkunu transport ööpäevaringselt üle Eesti 748 7108

    Original URL path: http://www.krematoorium.ee/tallinn/ee/galerii/vaike (2016-02-01)
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  • Tallinna krematoorium - Galerii - Peieruumid
    Русский Kuidas toimida Krematsioon Teenused Urnid Hinnakiri Galerii Kontakt Peieruumid Tagasi albumisse Lahkunu transport ööpäevaringselt üle Eesti 623 8808 24h Tallinna Krematoorium Lahkunu transport ööpäevaringselt üle Eesti 748 7108 24h

    Original URL path: http://www.krematoorium.ee/tallinn/ee/galerii/peieruumid (2016-02-01)
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  • Tallinna krematoorium - Galerii - Surnutransport
    Русский Kuidas toimida Krematsioon Teenused Urnid Hinnakiri Galerii Kontakt Surnutransport Tagasi albumisse Lahkunu transport ööpäevaringselt üle Eesti 623 8808 24h Tallinna Krematoorium Lahkunu transport ööpäevaringselt üle Eesti 748 7108 24h

    Original URL path: http://www.krematoorium.ee/tallinn/ee/galerii/surnutransport (2016-02-01)
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  • Tallinna krematoorium - Galerii - Lilleseaded
    Русский Kuidas toimida Krematsioon Teenused Urnid Hinnakiri Galerii Kontakt Lilleseaded Tagasi albumisse Lahkunu transport ööpäevaringselt üle Eesti 623 8808 24h Tallinna Krematoorium Lahkunu transport ööpäevaringselt üle Eesti 748 7108 24h

    Original URL path: http://www.krematoorium.ee/tallinn/ee/galerii/lilleseaded (2016-02-01)
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  • Tartu crematory - What to do...?
    a loved one passes away Call the ambulance or family doctor to confirm the death Call 748 7108 24h to arrange for transport Come to Tartu Crematorium to arrange the funeral The family doctor will give out a medical death certificate based on the certificate given by the ambulance The local government office 12 Tiigi Street in Tartu will then give out an official death certificate 24 hour transport from

    Original URL path: http://www.krematoorium.ee/tartu/en/what-to-do (2016-02-01)
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  • Tartu crematory - Cremation
    passed it on to the Greek and Romans Christianity denounced it as paganistic In 785 Karl the Great banned cremation punsihable by the death penalty and cremation stopped for close to a thousand years In the 1600s and 1700s the big European towns became real metropolitan areas which caused problems in cemeteries In some cemeteries people were buried in mass graves which were held open for days Because many of the cemeteries were located in residential areas they were thought to be the reason behind the frequent outbreaks of infectious diseases The discovery of microorganisms proved that cemeteries were in part to blame for the spreading of diseases through underground water The process of cremation again became actual The only remaining problem was the lack of an esthetically acceptable way of burning the body Thanks in large part to German and Italian engineers the first crematorium retort was built in 1870 and so the practical ways of cremation were born The first contemporary cremation retort was built in Milan in 1876 The attitude of different religions towards cremation Different relgions attitude toward cremation depends on their ideas of man and their understanding of life after death The paganistic origin of cremation has been condemned but there are no reports of theological bans except for one by the Catholic church between 1880 and 1963 The Anglican church was one of the first to take a neutral stance toward cremation In Judaism and ancient Egyptian religion it was thought that the body and soul belong together and by destroying the body the soul would have been destroyed as well Hinduism and Buddhism on the other hand believed that the burning of the body hastens the liberation of the soul According to ancient Estonians the soul was freed and could go to heaven

    Original URL path: http://www.krematoorium.ee/tartu/en/cremation (2016-02-01)
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  • Tartu crematory - Services
    cremation funeral and urn funeral Cremation funeral The ceremony takes place around an open wood casket left in the chapel or carried out at the end of the ceremony The deceased is cremated after that and is placed in an urn which can be buried or the ashes in it scattered For a funeral organized by Tartu Crematorium there is no need to carry the casket into the chapel which eliminates unpleasantness due to bad weather rain sleet snow storms etc and solves the casket carrier problem The urn funeral is very similar to the cremation funeral but instead of the casket there is the urn which is taken out of the chapel at the end of the ceremony and can then be buried or the cremated remains in it scattered Grave funeral In the case of a grave funeral the ceremony takes place at the grave or in the chapel The latter case is similar to the regular cremation funeral the ceremony takes place around an open or closed wood casket which is carried out after the ceremony and carried or driven to the grave Funeral service contract Since 1998 it is possible to preorder services of Tartu Crematorium

    Original URL path: http://www.krematoorium.ee/tartu/en/services (2016-02-01)
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