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The church houses the final resting place for 40,000 people. The bones are arranged into various artistic "decorative" pieces. This is a beautifully arranged memoriam that deserves to be seen once. There is nothing disrespectful or shameful in this. It is also still in the...More
There are restoration works happening at the moment but the interiors are open.....down stairs is the Ossuary containing 40,000 bones....there are 4 large mounds of bones,a massive central chandelier of bones...piers of sculls.....a large coat of arms..birds and even the artists signature in bones.....many other...More
This Gothic Church standing on the place of the former monastery became famous when erected in 15 cent for collecting bones in the lower chapel from the abolished graves.
For history on it please see my review on Ossuary/Cemetery Church.
The Church has two levels,...More
You don't need very long here - you can see the whole place in less than an hour but it is worth it. We had never seen anything quite like it. The church is filled with the bones of hundred of people, and the decorations...More
This is a really interesting place to visit, a little outside of Prague. The town itself is quite small, but quaint. The origin story is a little odd, and I would have liked to have known a bit more when visiting.
A small but gripping Place. The remains of so many people in such a small Place! The kids did not quite beliew it was true that it was "real" bones, It madde a large impression on them (9 and 11 years old).
A bit complicated...More
it was very interesting and I would highly recommend going to see it. It's hard to believe what you can do with human bones, Some may think that it is creepy, but it is a work of art. Sandelman's Tour company is and excellent company...More
Was expecting a very macabre experience but with our tour guide from Sandeman's JIRKO we were given the facts in such a passionate , knowledgable and respectful way, it is a not to be missed experience . Thank you JIRKO!