I first visited this chapel as a child and everytime I go back there, I get the chills. You get to see a million skulls from up very close and covering the walls and ceiling. Impossible not to wonder about life and death and how you're spending your time in between. The ambiance is dark, heavy and the visitors are often muted by this place's imposing solemn feeling.
In my humble opinion, this is ten times as impressive as the overly touristic Paris catacombs, as far as piles of bones are concerned.
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