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Details of Pele’s burial in a 14-storey vertical cemetery with 14,000 vaults, a waterfall and a museum

Foreign media revealed that the legend of the Brazilian round witch pelletHe will be buried in a 14-storey vertical cemetery in the coastal city of Santos, Brazil, made up of 14,000 vaults, waterfalls and a car museum.

The media explained that the football legend pellet Who passed away at the age of 82, will be taken to the Villa Belmero stadium in Santos for 24 hours, after which he will be taken through the streets to stop outside his mother’s house, and will finally be placed in the ecumenical Necropolis.

According to the media, the 14-storey cemetery in the center of Santos will be where Pele will be buried on Tuesday, after three days of official mourning. The three-time World Cup champion will be transferred from the Albert Einstein Hospital in Sao Paulo on Monday to the Villa Belmero stadium, where fans will be able to express their final opinions.

His body will remain in the central circle for 24 hours before it is transported through the streets of his city to stop briefly outside the home of his 100-year-old mother, Celeste, who remains chained to a bed, according to local media.

It will then be transported to the Ecumenical Necropolis, which has been shot on film A tomb with a view In 2014 the cemetery was announced, and it is claimed that it is the longest in the world.

It is noteworthy that the cemetery was built in 1983 and includes more than 14,000 cellars, and contains a tropical garden, a restaurant, and even a classic car museum.

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It is noteworthy that Pele won the World Cup in 1958, 1962 and 1970. His funeral was postponed to allow for the transition of power from outgoing Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro and the inauguration of President-elect Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva on Monday morning.

Pele Cemetery


Villa Belmero Stadium
Villa Belmero Stadium