'Your number is up': German town handles cemetery overcrowding

A town in Bavaria has come up with a unique answer to solve its lack of burial plots.

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    Finding somewhere to rest in peace is, in many parts of the world, an increasingly difficult task.

    As graveyards fill up, the competition for spaces is growing - and the authorities are left having to decide how to allocate them.

    Now, a German town in the region of Bavaria thinks it may have an answer for burying its dead.

    Al Jazeera's Dominic Kane reports from Berchtesgaden, Germany.


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