The world’s largest cemetery is in place in Alaska, with an estimated 10,000 burials per year, according to the National Park Service.
Alaska’s Memorial Highway, which spans about 1,200 miles, has the highest density of burials on the continent.
And while the state has a population of roughly 5 million, it has the most burials in the world, according a 2012 study.
The state has more than 2,000 miles of the highway, which also serves as a major thoroughfare for shipping, logging and oil exploration.
There are also thousands of smaller towns along the route, including the town of Fairbanks and the town and county of Valdez, which are all home to memorial highways.
Alaska has also been home to many memorial highways, including a highway that runs through the North Cascades and the Alaska State Park System.
But now, the road is being demolished, and the land will be turned over to the state for use as a national monument.
A team of experts is building a new highway through the new national monument, but in order to keep the area from becoming a tourist attraction, the highway will be converted to a memorial highway.
This new highway will go through the Alaska National Forest, which has some of the most extensive natural areas in the state, including some of Alaska’s largest glaciers, which provide an excellent place to see the region’s glaciers melting and snow covered mountains.
The road will also connect to Highway Star, a memorial road, but it will only be a one-way trip.
This road is named after the Alaska Highway Star monument, which is the state’s highest official memorial.
There will also be a memorial in Fairbanks.
The Alaska Highway Stars will have an official flag, with the Alaska flag on the highway.
They will also have a plaque to honor the highway’s many honorees, including Governor Sarah Palin and former President Bill Clinton.
The highway will have a memorial plaque, but the park service will be able to donate the plaque to the park.
“The Memorial Highway Star will have several other national monuments and wildlife preserves, including one that will include an eagle and a penguin habitat, among other species, along with a water and bird habitat,” the park system said in a press release.
The new road will create a memorial park in Alaska.
Alaska is home to the only highway that has two-lane highways in the United States.
The other two highways are the National Trail in Alaska and the Pacific Crest Trail in Canada.
The Alaska Highway is also one of only four highways that connect all the national parks, parks, wildlife refuges and historical sites on the North and South Cascads.
The three other highways are in the Pacific Northwest, the Atlantic Ocean and the Great Lakes.