Outside of Prague, in the Czech Republic, is a small Roman Catholic Church that looks normal on the outside but holds 40,000 to 70,000 skeletons on the inside. Officially called the Sedlec Ossuary, it is often just referred to as Bone Church. Around 1400, thousands of skeletons were dug up so that the church could be built in the middle of the cemetery. The lower chapel was to be an ossuary for the mass graves unearthed during construction. Around 1870, a wood carver was commissioned to make order from all the bones. The dead were arranged in macabre art to form four bell towers, a huge bone chandelier that contains at least one of every bone in the human body, garlands of skulls draping the vault, bones around the altar, a large Schwarzenberg coat-of-arms, the signature of the artist Rint, and many more bizarre artworks. The chapel, and underneath the church and cemetery, are all decorated with bones. People who died in war or a gruesome death which marred the bones were not used too much for decoration. Instead, those skeletal remains are locked away behind gates or form bone tunnels.
Oh my god
Too awesome not to reblog.
BUCKET LIST OH MY GOSH.
My Canadians: I WANT THIS! I REALLY WANT THIS BADLY. I am so curious as to how it would taste with a 9pH level though.
This is BLK water.
It is black spring water from Canada.
It’s infused with fulvic acid ( a naturally occuring substance found in pre-historic plant matter. Because fulvic acid is naturally black it changes the molecules of the water, making them black.)
It has a ph balance of 9.0
It has natural electrolytes and 77 trace minerals from the fulvic acid.
It actually regenerates the cells in your body faster than regular water and is a high antioxidant.
It tastes like WATER because that’s what it is.
also: see- BLK water revue at Almondsofcobalt