The Sedlec Ossuary
While browsing the internet I came across this catholic cemetery with a chapel decorated with tens of thousands of human bones. Apparently it became a popular burial spot after the abbot of Sedlec sprinkled soil from Golgotha over the cemetery and during the black plague and Hussite wars it became a huge burial ground.
In the early 1400s they created an All-Saints chapel with places to deposit bones from abolished graves. In 1511 a half-blind monk began piling bones into the chapel.
From 1710-1730 František Rint remodeled the chapel in a baroque style using the bones. This included a chandelier made from at least one of every bone in the human body and a coat of arms made in bones and alot more. There's several decorative crosses made from bones using different lengths of bones for a glowing halo.
Here's a photo gallery of the chapel: http://www.ossuary.eu/index.ph…