Sedlec Ossuary love

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  • It had more bones in it than the Sedlec Ossuary, ranging in size from "recognizably mammalian" to "sardine spine" to "oyster grit."

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  • With a sprinkle of sand from the Holy Land, a 13th-century abbot created one of the most sought-after burial lots in Central Europe - Sedlec Ossuary, in the city of Kutná Hora - eventually resulting in a cemetery and church housing the remains of up to 70,000 people.

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  • After what looked like the Sedlec Ossuary had gotten up and done some strange, haunted fever dance, Jill decided that Simon was a decent enough player.

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  • After what looked like the Sedlec Ossuary had gotten up and done some strange, haunted fever dance, Jill decided that Simon was a decent enough player.

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  • After what looked like the Sedlec Ossuary had gotten up and done some strange, haunted fever dance, Jill decided that Simon was a decent enough player.

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  • After what looked like the Sedlec Ossuary had gotten up and done some strange, haunted fever dance, Jill decided that Simon was a decent enough player.

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  • After what looked like the Sedlec Ossuary had gotten up and done some strange, haunted fever dance, Jill decided that Simon was a decent enough player.

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  • "...The Sedlec Ossuary is artistically decorated by more than 40.000 human skeletons. Thus it is also known as the Church of Bones or as the Bone Church..."

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