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In Indonesia’s crammed capital city Jakarta, space is a luxury, including for the dead. As a lack of available land in the city’s 661-square-kilometer area has restricted development for city accommodation for the living, a similar problem has also affected those who have died. (JP/Rainier Nathaniel)
(JP/A. Muh. Ibnu Aqil)