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The advantage of a slanted grave marker, as opposed to a lawn-level or bevel grave marker, is that it is easily visible from a distance.  While not tall enough to be considered an upright monument, a slanted gravestone still stands out in a cemetery because the granite is cut to sit at a steep angle. It can be placed on a solid granite base or be designed to sit directly on the concrete pad.

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