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The bone church is so far across town that it is not on the map the train lady gave me. It is located between the first 2 ...
... an increasingly popular burial site.
During the Black Death many thousands were buried in the cemetery.
Around 1400, a further church was built in the centre of the cemetery and many
of the graves had to be cleared in order to make way for its construction. Older remains were likely also removed to make way for newer burials.
After 1511, the task of exhuming the remains and stacking ...
... paintings of st Agatha (the saint for breast cancer), and st Apollonia (the saint for dentists). St. Agatha is depicted carrying her breasts on a platter after having had them cut off as torture for being catholic. The portrait of St. Apollonia is similar, showing her with blood dripping from her mouth holding pliers and her discarded teeth around her. She also had her teeth pulled as punishment for her religion. Before I visited Loreta church I found these stories so comical, but ...
... minutes, in the drizzling rain.
This church is special as the monks stored bones here from the 14th century or so then they were later arranged.
Here is the blurb to save me writing about its history.
Loved this ...
... you where there is an ATM?" we asked.
"Down here, around there" and some mumbling they said.
We eventually found the ATM and got some cash. Back to pay them and have a look around.
You can have a look at the photos and make you own mind up about it. Apparently it wasn't done it a ghoulish way but to show that ...