Construction of the remains, Several of Amazing buildings made of skulls and bones,Worldwide scattered buildings, decorated with human bones, or almost entirely constructed from them. These bones form eerily symmetrical patterns, and can say without exaggeration that the chief architect in such places was the death .
|Amazing and creepy buildings made of skulls and bones
Amazing buildings made of skulls and bones:
1. Eggenburgsky crypt in Eggenburg, Austria
It remains on display exhibited 5,800. Witty crypt in the early XIV-th century.
2. Chapel of Bones in Evora, Portugal
Chapel was built in the XVI-century Franciscan monks. Chapel itself is small - only 18.6 meters long and 11 meters wide, but here are kept the bones and skulls of five thousand monks. There are also two withered corpse, one of which belonged to a child. Now corpse hung on an iron chain.
3. Santa Maria della Konchetsione in Rome, Italy
The church was built between 1626 and 1631 m-th years on the orders of Pope Urban VIII. Project created by Antonio Casoni. Capuchin Church contains the remains of 3,700 monks buried between 1528 m and 1870 m over the years. Many of the body for a long time to decompose in the ground before they were exhumed.
4. Catacombs under the monastery of St. Francis in Lima, Peru
Church and convent were consecrated in 1673, the year, and the catacombs were used until 1808 year. Catacombs placed skulls and femurs of 70-thousand people
5. Church of San Bernardino alle Ossa in Milan, Italy
The church was built in the XIII-th century. Earlier, in the period from 1145 till 1210, the year in this land was a cemetery, and then, in 1269, the year the church was built here. In 1679, the year the church underwent restoration under the direction of Giovanni Andrea Biffi, who ordered decorate building bones and skulls.
6. Capilla de Ossos in Faro, Portugal
This small chapel built entirely of bones, also indoors with a fully gold-plated skeleton. The church was built in 1719, the year.
7. Vault BeynHaus in Hallstatt, Austria
In the crypt of stacked rows of tiny skulls in 1200. Newest skull appeared here in the 1720s, and 610 of them have five ornaments.
8. Chapel of Skulls in Kudowa, Poland
This chapel became a mass grave for those who died during the Thirty Years' War (1618-1648), three Silesian Wars (1740-1763) and other military conflicts. Some people died from starvation, cholera and other deadly infections. The church was built in 1776.
9. Paris Catacombs, France
Discovered in the late XVIII-th century. Labyrinth of tunnels under Paris extends for over 320 km, and a small part of it there is an underground crypt that houses the remains of six to seven million people.
10. Chela Kula in Nis, Serbia
Tower of human skulls was built in 1809 by order of the Turkish general named Khurshid Pasha of skulls 952 x Serb rebels. The original tower is 4.6 meters high and four meters wide. In subsequent years, the families of some dead rebels took the skulls of their loved ones, and now in the tower remained only 58 skulls.
11. Sedlec Ossuary, Czech Republic
In a small Catholic chapel near cemetery church of All Saints kept the bones of 40 000 and 70 thousand people. Over decoration of the church in 1870, worked a local woodcarver Frantisek Rint, and is currently in the chapel there are chandeliers, arches and pyramids of human bones.
12. Cathedral of the Blessed Virgin Mary in Křtiny, Czech Republic
The place is famous for its 12 Jeweled skulls.
13. Goldbar - a bar in New York, USA
The bar is decorated with gilded skulls.