Taking a break from the usual Sunday Simulacra to bring you a skull-lovers travel suggestion from Karl Hochsprung: The Beinhaus (Ossuary) in Hallstatt, Austria!
He says, "The reasoning behind the beinhaus was that there was not enough real estate to bury the town's dead in so they would bury the bodies in the cemetery for a decade or so then dig them up. They would then take the bones and the skulls and place them in this chapel. The skulls would be painted on by local artists with flowers representing different meanings. Some would have the date of death and the name on them as well... P.S. a direct translation of beinhaus, would be bone house."