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Coffin culture evolves in Russia
Under the Soviets, they were plain wooden boxes upholstered in red satin. Today they come in different shapes and sizes and cater to a variety of tastes. by Anna Smolchenko (AFP) Many are made of pine or mahogany hardwood, have a silk or satin lining, and some are encrusted with Swarowski crystals. Russian consumers are becoming increasingly sophisticated in their tastes -- and coffins are no exception. "We are acquiring traditions," said Yury Alampikov, general director of Saint Petersburg-based...