What Is the Size of a Grave?

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The basic rule for grave dimensions is to bury coffins 6 feet below the ground. The space between the foot of the coffin and the slab should be no more than 0.25 or 0.30 meters. Grave dimensions are made in such a way as to ensure that sanitary standards are not violated.
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