Ominous skull-shaped mausoleum

2011-06-12 Khaiell

A classic mark of undead-infested landscape. In fact this kind of morbid architecture was not unheard of in the Austro-Hungarian Empire or Prussian Silesia

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Fantasy cemetery
The Skull Chapel

See the pictures as separate pages: The Skull Chapel * Fantasy cemetery

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