Sedlec Ossuary, an underground Roman Catholic chapel, contains over 40,000 bones. The Church of Bones  commissioned local woodcarver, Frantisek Rindt, in 1870 to artistically arrange the bones into the architecturally Gothic phenomenon it is today.

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