How tenaciously Lithuania clings to centuries-old traditions when it comes to burying is shown vividly by the country‘s history of cremation – Lithuania was the last country in Europe to build a crematorium in Kėdainiai, a town in central Lithuania.
Next year, it will tick its first 10 years of operation, and to believe Bernardas Vilkelis, director of AB “K2 LT”, operator of the country‘s first crematorium, the facility is soon set to expand significantly.
„We‘re currently drawing a design plan for the expansion...
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