Ghost statues by artist Jakub Hadrava are placed at the St. George’s church near Plzen on November 16, 2014 in Lukova, Czech Republic. Artist Jakub Hadrava created 32 plaster life-size ghost statues, which symbolize Sudeten Germans who lived in the village. St. George’s church, which was build in the north-western Bohemian region of the Czech Republic in 1352, fell into disrepair after the roof collapsed during a funeral service in 1968. Hadrava’s aim is to make the church more attractive for visitors and to gain money for renovation work. According to voluntary church manager Petr Koukl, about 2500 people from around the world have been visiting the church this year. (Matej Divizna/Getty Images)

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