Had heard about the ossuary on Trip Adivisor and was a little hard to find initially but is to the left of a bigger church Santo Stefano Maggiore. Beware of the man on the door charging an entrance fee, this is of course not official as all churches are free entry in Italy. The church itself is nothing special and it would be easy to miss the ossuary which is down a corridor to the right of the entrance. It is within a couple of blocks from the Duomo, not for the faint hearted and obviously wouldn't suggest taking young children. The ossuary itself is more sad than creepy, but nevertheless has an intriguing history as previously mentioned, housing the bones from centuries ago and also more recent plague victims. Well worth a visit if I'm sorry to say, only for the novelty factor.
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