When traveling to Rome, most people usually visit the popular sights, like the Vatican or Colosseum and simply don’t know that in Rome there are many other really beautiful places worth seeing. If you’re looking for a more hidden experience in Rome, consider a visit to the Capuchin Crypt, also known as the ossuary, which contains the remains of 4,000 friars buried between 1500 and 1870. Incredibly, all five crypts are decorated entirely in human bones. In this guide, discover the details behind this eerie Roman site and how you can visit.
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