A few hundred metres behind Milan Cathedral, the small church looks not very impressive, but next to another church is very eye-catching, the entrance is in the small door adjacent to that church. Even if you have a map in your hand, you have to confirm it again and again before you go in. There is no doubt that the inside and the ordinary chapel, walking a circle without human bones, wondering whether they have gone wrong and left, saw the original dark corridor, into which is the room where the human bones are stored. There are many bones that pile up to the ceiling. I don't know if it's because there's not much sunshine or because it's psychologically active. It's obviously cold and gloomy. There are always people in twos and threes who see that the silence of human bones is only a wall between life and death.
This humble chapel not far south of Milan Cathedral. The famous human skeleton chamber is located on the left of the main building of the church, without entering the church. Saint Bernardino Bone Church. This Church in the centre of Milan has a long and rich history - in the 12th century there was a hospital opposite the church. There was a cemetery next to the hospital. Later, the cemetery was full. People had to vacate the cemetery for the newly deceased. In 1269, the prototype of the Saint Bernardino Bone Church was built, and the remains of the original cemetery had a new storage site. You remember that in the Middle Ages, the Black Death was prevalent in Europe. Among the few traces that remain today, the hell-like tragedy of that year was frightening.
You can see it a few blocks from Milan Cathedral. It's very close! But the first thing I saw was a cathedral. If I didn't go in, there was a small church on the left. After entering the door, there was a sign. When I entered the small room, I felt very dignified. I was embarrassed to take pictures with my camera. I took some pictures with my mobile phone. Then I put some money into the merit box.
Early in the morning, Saint Bernardino Bone Church is located on the southeast side of the famous Milan Cathedral. The church is very small, but it is famous for its human skeleton bank in the inner side hall. The interior and walls of the bone bank are decorated with human bones. The people of Milan built this Baroque Church in memory of the innocent children who died in the plague in the early seventeenth century. No one was there, just the three of us were shaking and feeling gloomy.
The most striking place is the church built to commemorate the children who lost their lives because of the plague in the early seventeenth century. The place is not very big. The decoration of human bones is very oppressive, solemn and solemn. We should visit it here.
The bone chamber will have Ossa's sign at the entrance to the right-hand passage of the church. The room was not very large, but the lights were gloomy. Skulls and arm bones were embedded in the walls around it. Actually, I'm a little curious. Where are the bones of the other parts? Visiting the bone chamber is free of charge.
Milan's Human Bone Church is very close to the Milan Cathedral, less than 10 minutes from the Milan Cathedral. The Church of Bones is the right tower in San Bernardino. Although it is small, it is shocking. The decorations on the walls were made by the black death, mostly the remains of children.