The Taj Mahal (Meaning "Crown Palace") is a Mauloseum that was built in Agra, India. It was built in front of the Jamuna River by the muslim rulers of india, called the Mughals. It was the most beautiful monument the Mughals ever built. It was built by Emperer Shah Jahan, whose real name was Shahab-ud-din, in memory of his wife, Mumtaz Mahal.
At first, it only housed Mumtaz Mahal in the lower chamber, then, when Shah Jahan died, his grave was added. It is made entirely of white marble and it currently stands on a raised platform. The major architect was Ustad 'Isa, a famous architect of his time. They employed advanced constructors to build it. The Taj Mahal took 22 years to make. 20,000 builders worked on it. It cost 32 million Rupees. The Taj Mahal has a gateway, a garden, a mosque, and a guest house.


The Catacombs of Paris is a famous burial site built in 1786. It was built by Monsieur Thiroux de Crosne, Lt. General of Police, and Monsieur Guillaumot, Inspector General of Quarries in Paris, France. When the Catacombs of Paris was built, the city was suffering from diseases, caused by improper burials and mass graves.
The Catacombs of Paris had many quarries. The quarries were changed into a mass tomb in the end of the 18th century.Inside, the walls were covered with graffiti. The quarries were known to cave in causind holes in the ground above. In the 19th century, evidence was found that families lived in the tunnels. The tunnels were used by the french resistance during World War 2.


Tomb of the unknown soldier was a grave built to represent all lost soldiers. Many nations have these. The first one was built in 1849. The first one was thought to be the monument of the First War of Schleswig in Denmark. The modern trend was started by the United Kingdom on behalf the First World War British Empire.
Sometimes, it contains the remains of an unidentified soldier. It was said that he/she was "known but to God". They were buried with people of high esteem. Many of them were inscriped with " They buried him amoung the kings because he had done good toward God and his house. It is unlikely that any more will be constructed.