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The floating hotel that has a cinema, restaurants and a CEMETERY for up to 48,000 urns

The H.K. Ship Art Club is proposing the transformation of a cruise ship into a floating cemetery that will be stationed in Hong Kong and it will have enough room for 48,000 urns.
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