Beneath Paris lie millions of dead...

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In the 18th and 19th centuries, a severe lack of space in the cemeteries around Paris forced the city to exhume 6 million bodies, and they were relocated in the old quarries 25 metres below the streets. These catacombs are open to the public today.

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