The Middle Ages may have been called the Dark Age but the 19th century is more creepy. An ossuary is situated in Sedlec – a suburb to Kutná Hora in the Czech Republik. The ossuary belongs to the cemetery church of All Saints and contains the skeletons up to 70,000 people. Most of the remains are artistically arranged by František Rint in 1870. He was an employee of the noble house of Schwarzenberg. He systematically sorted the bone heaps. He arranged a good quantity of the bones as furniture or chandeliers and even as a gigantic coats of arms.
I am archeologist and I dug up enough dead bodies (at least 100 years dead and not all of them more or less skeletonised) but this is just disgusting – even for me.