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...But throughout the centuries
...as these communities grew, Christians obviously needed to build larger chambers, including liturgical and devotional (and not exclusively ornamental) elements as part of these constructions. Eventually there were so many of these chambers that they ended up being joined together, becoming fully-formed catacombs, and so an intricate system of underground tunnels leading from one tomb to the next stands to the day, and are fully open to the public