How Does a Mausoleum Work?


A mausoleum is a building constructed by enclosing a burial chamber. To run a mausoleum, machines are placed in non intrusive locations in the building and programmed to run from 10 to 12 hours a day in the evening hours while the mausoleum is closed. In the morning when it is reopened, with the Zontec system the air is free of toxins.?
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A mausoleum is a free standing building used as the purpose of a monument with a burial chamber inside for deceased people. The Taj Mahal in India is one of the world's famous mausoleums
Mausoleum is derived from the great structure that was built as a burial place for King Mausola, a satrap of Caria, in the Persian Empire. It was built between 353 and 350 B.C. and
A mausoleum is a large, free standing, decorated tomb.
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