The Roman Catholic Church known as the Cemetery Church of All Saints is one of the most visited tourist attractions of the Czech Republic. Every year, it attracts at least 200,000 visitors due to its strange emebelishments.
Outside, it looks like any other normal church but once you enter inside, you’ll immediately see the bones of deceased people lining up it walls.
Inside, you’ll see different types of skeletal arrangements including a huge chandelier at the center and even the Schwarzenberg coat-of-arms made with bones.
The structure was created by a woodcarver named František Rint in 1870. He was comissioned by the Schwarzenberg family to put make something out of the bones.
The bonescame from at least 30,000 people who were buried there during the epidemics of plague in the 14th century.
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