Cemetery Candles Becoming Environmental Problem
Ljubljana, 1 November - Slovenian tradition of lighting candles on the graves of the deceased, especially around All Saints' Day, seems to have grown into an environmental problem. Data shows that between 6,000 and 7,000 tonnes of cemetery candles are lit each year, placing Slovenia at the top of the EU alongside Austria and Poland.
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