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If some churches shocked by the apparent temerity to break with traditional architectural standards and introduce themselves ahead of their time, others create commotion by the strangeness of some of its "elements". This is the case of the Bones Chapel located in Évora, Portugal. The chapel, built in the seventeenth century, has its walls and pillars covered with bones, three monks initiative to demonstrate the transience of life. The message is reinforced by the paintings with themes of death and the famous inscription at its entrance "We bones that are here, for your hope."
A bit creepy visit this chapel but worth seeing believe,
what do you think of this chapel something strange?
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