A grave is an excavated piece of land used where the body of a deceased person is buried.

Ground is removed and a Casket is placed inside, covered with soil, and marked with a Headstone, which provides more information about the deceased.

The size and shape of the grave can vary depending on cultural, religious, and personal preferences, but are typically dug in rows, in family plots, or in areas designated for Burial, known as Cemeteries.

Graves serve as a place of remembrance for loved ones who have passed away; they provide a physical location where family members and friends can visit and pay their respects.