LA Times: Greece Ends Long Ban on Cremation

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Ritsona, Greece — To show how cremation has always been part of the Greek way of life and death, Antonis Alakiotis proudly shows off the range of the funerary urns modelled on ancient Greek designs, available to house the ashes of your loved one for eternity. Prices start at 109 euros ($121).
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Melbourne girl, living in Athens. I've spent the past two decades writing about bankers, politicians, riots, earthquakes and various other things that move and shake. On permanent trawl for Vegemite. Anything resembling travel advice is entirely incidental.

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