Do you enjoy European cities where there is always much to see? Take a look, not just the capital city, to see what everything can bring abroad? For interesting experiences and unusual spectacles you do not have to go far, just look for Austria. There is plenty to see for our neighbors, not just Vienna or Salzburg, which are well known. What about, for example, the small town of Hallstatt?
Hallstatt is a direct example. Beautiful, it has several attractions and is the pride of Austria. But you can find even more bizarre city page, and more precisely in the ossuary. The city was also famous for discovering a thousand graves. Hallstatt is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and attracts many tourists every year. It is a small town known by the lake of the same name. If you are looking for a place that has picturesque houses like a series, wood-lined, box-topped geraniums, stone stairs and the like, then you’re right here.
Although this town may seem beautiful and sunny, tourists usually change this view when visiting a local ossuary. The skull next to the skull, named with the name, date of birth, and death, will be driven by many tourists. By contrast, the rest of the body is buried near the skull. Why this special system? Is this a mythical thing? Not really, there is no room, and so this “reorganization” took place. The dead in the graveyard were ten to fifteen years, then their bodies were pulled from the grave, the bones of the hull and the limbs drove far into the mountains, and the skull blew in the sun. Subsequently, the local skull artists have somehow “revived” the little ones.
Today, this type of burial is not respected, the last skull that was placed in the ossuary is from 1998 when the woman whose remains belonged died 15 years earlier. But it is still possible to bury this city in this city, it is necessary to introduce it into the will.