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Church of the Immaculate Conception

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Overview

Title
Church of the Immaculate Conception
Author
carol_79
Rating
3.13
Year
1631 AD
Cost
Free Admission
Average visit time
45 minutes
Address
27 Via Vittorio Veneto, 00187 Rome RM
Hours of operation
9.00am-12.00pm 3.00pm-6.00pm Friday-Wednsday

Description

Inside the Church of the Immaculate Conception (Monumental Cemetery of the Capuchin Brothers)you’ll see one of the most horrific sights in all Christendom: there are a number of chapels filled with hundreds of skulls and crossbones woven into mosaics. To make this allegorical dance of death, the bones of more than 4,000 Capuchin friars were used. Many of the skeletons are still intact.

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