What? A resident gets a haircut in front of "apartment-style" tombs inside the Manila North Cemetery. The 54-hectare cemetery, which is one of the biggest and oldest cemeteries in the country, houses hundreds of thousands of the city's Catholic dead while it hosts a living community of more than 2,000 inside mausoleums and makeshift personal spaces built atop "apartment-type" tombs.
Where? Manila, Philippines
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