Chiesa di San Bernardino alle Ossa

Chiesa di San Bernardino alle Ossa

Chiesa di San Bernardino alle Ossa
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fabrylamas
Province of Cuneo, Italia3 563 bidrag
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mar. 2024 • Par
In Piazza Santo Stefano there is this suggestive and surprising church, known above all for its very particular ossuary, whose walls are decorated with skulls and bones.
The decoration, made with bones arranged in complex ornamental compositions, is an invitation to reflect on mortality and the eternity of the soul.
A unique testimony of the Milanese Christian tradition to be admired with respect and in silence.
Free admission
Skrevet 2. juni 2024
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Tualie
Varese, Italia1 520 bidrag
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nov. 2023 • Venner
After visited the Capuchins crypt in Rome I got informed that in Milan there is a church with ossuary which I couldn’t believe so first opportunity arose went to visit it.

Quick storyline: In this area where is now the basilica back in the Middle Ages there was a hospital with cemetery – cemetery was running out of space – older bones had to be dug out and put in a small chapel – bell tower of the adjacent church fell so church and chapel had to be rebuilt – someone had the idea of recycling the bones in artistic ways. The nowadays appearance dates back from the XVIII century. When the then King of Portugal visited it, he was so impressed that he made a larger ossuary chapel in Evora.

Absolutely worth the quick visit if in Milan, before or after Duomo. That ceiling fresco Triumph of souls in a flight of angels (1695) by Sebastiano Ricci completes the whole beauty. Since is free, be nice and make a small donation!
Skrevet 5. mai 2024
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Scimmietta81
Acqui Terme, Italia188 bidrag
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apr. 2024 • Par
Driven by curiosity linked to the name, we went to this church: as soon as you enter, on your right, there is a chapel, a small one with walls made of human bones and skulls, positioned in a regular manner.
An ancient church, full of paintings and which has become a destination for the curious and lovers of the macabre.
Skrevet 28. april 2024
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Matteo
Milano, Italia80 bidrag
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apr. 2024 • Venner
The key word when you go to this place is unusual. Precisely its strenuity makes this church a place worth visiting. Located a stone's throw from the State University and Piazza del Duomo, it is easily reachable by any means of transport. An offering is kindly requested to access the ossuary. The ossuary itself is the most beautiful and interesting part of this church.
Skrevet 25. april 2024
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Alexander W
Schaan, Liechtenstein8 bidrag
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mar. 2024 • Par
8 minutes walk from the cathedral. A bit unremarkable from the outside, but when you come in you can go through on the right side to make a small donation. It was extraordinary.
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Purwitanto
Sengata, Indonesia2 429 bidrag
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mai 2023 • Par
We were attracted by photos of the chapel of bones on the internet, so we wanted to visit it in Milan. The church itself is still in the center of Milan and not too far from the Milan Duomo. We took a taxi to get to this church from Milano Centrale station.
When we got there we looked around for it but didn't find it until we went around in circles. It turned out that we had entered the correct church but the chapel was in a separate room next to the church and had a closed door, we had to pay a small donation to see this chapel.
Interestingly enough, the chapel is composed of human bones. There is no scary impression here. I don't know if it's nighttime and alone, it might be scary too.
Skrevet 1. mars 2024
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ThomasJarrett
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jan. 2024 • Venner
The main church is very pretty, but quite ordinary for Italian Churches. However, if you go through a small corridor to the right of the entrance, you will enter a small ossuary. This place was incredibly unique and stunningly macabre. It was one of most unique churches I have ever seen. The basilica, like many Italian churches, was stunning.
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Steviefull
Kidderminster, UK1 943 bidrag
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jul. 2023 • Par
While waiting to go into Duomo we visited a few of the many surrounding churches and there are some well worth visiting, this being a particular highlight. The church itself has some beautiful decor but the real highlight was the bone chapel, there's a certain morbid curiosity as well as interest in the history of such structures which you can't help but be morbidly drawn to.

Well worth a visit and will take as little as 5 minutes to have a look around if you are on a tight schedule and only a stones throw from the Duomo.
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Alyeska13
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jun. 2023 • Alene
This is a hidden gem in Milan. There are many churches to visit in this city, and this is probably one of the lesser known ones from the amount of people I encountered on my two visits there. The church itself is within walking distance of the Duomo and Galleria, and it’s very small compared to some of the others. It’s well worth a visit if you’re interested in the unusual though. For a small donation, you can visit the ossuary attached to the small church which is very quiet, eerie, and beautiful. It’s a nice place to pray for the people buried there and whose bones are used to decorate the burial area, and it’s a good reminder to pray for our own loved ones who have died. In both the church and ossuary there are gorgeous works of art and candles to light for loved ones or special intentions (with a small donation of course.) I really felt comfortable here in the calm and respectful atmosphere. When in Milan again, I will definitely make it a point to visit.
Skrevet 7. januar 2024
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Yak-1
Milano, Italia1 107 bidrag
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nov. 2023 • Alene
As the name suggests, it is a place of worship that stands out from the others for the macabre decoration of one of its rooms, made with human bones.
In 1145 a hospital was opened near the Church of Santo Stefano Maggiore. The church cemetery filled up in a short time and they had to build a room to accommodate the bones of the deceased.
In 1268 the Prior and the Brothers who ran the hospital had a small church built near the Ossuary dedicated to the passion of the Virgin Mary, to St. Sebastian and to St. Ambrose.
In 1642, the bell tower of the nearby church of Santo Stefano Maggiore collapsed, destroying the ossuary.
The Congregation of Disciplini hastened to build a new ossuary and connect it to the Church built in the 13th century which in the meantime, in 1450, was dedicated to San Bernardino of Siena.
The chapel-ossuary presents another reason of interest which is not secondary. The internal walls of the square-plan building are almost completely covered with skulls and bones that were found in the ancient Ossuary together with those that were exhumed from the suppressed cemeteries after the closure of the hospital, which occurred in 1652 by order of the administration of Ospedale Maggiore, to which it had been attached about two centuries earlier.
All the bones were placed in the niches, on the cornice, adorning the pillars and decorating the doors.
Legend has it that many of the bones on display here are of Christians killed by Arian heretics in the time when St. Ambrose was bishop of the Milanese Church, a tradition that justifies a cult that has reached the limits of Orthodoxy. In reality, however, it is about:
- poor sick people who died on straw mattresses in the old Brolo hospital,
- Priors and Brothers who directed it,
- sentenced to beheading,
- prisoners who died in prisons after their dedicated cemetery proved insufficient in 1622,
- belonging to the highest Milanese nobility who rested in the gentle tombs - of the nearby churches,
- canons of the basilica of S. Stefano.
But the Milanese called the ossuary "of the Innocents" and surrounded it with great veneration.
Skrevet 1. desember 2023
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