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The Sedlec Ossuary After being sprinkled with dirt from Jesus’ crucifixion site in the 13th century, this small abbey semetary in the Czech Republic became a hugely popular burial site for people all over the world. To fit all of the bones, the priests began using them as decoration. Walking into the ossuary now, you’d swear the entire place was built from the bones of the 40,000 to 70,000 skeletons that reside there.

The Sedlec Ossuary After being sprinkled with dirt from Jesus’ crucifixion site in the 13th century, this small abbey semetary in the Czech Republic became a hugely popular burial site for people all over the world. To fit all of the bones, the priests began using them as decoration. Walking into the ossuary now, you’d swear the entire place was built from the bones of the 40,000 to 70,000 skeletons that reside there.

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