When I read about this chapel in the travel guides I thought I wouldn't bother going there, as it sounded morbid. I wandered to the church next door and couldn't visit it because it there was a mass, so I went to the chapel. It was the first time I've seen such a thing, and it is probably the last, and yes, it was bad taste, especially the skeleton hanging on a wall (a spotlight lights it from time to time), but it was also fascinating to recognize the different bones in the different wall arrangements.
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