Travel Blogs from Kutna Hora, Czech Republic

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Kutná Hora, Kutná Hora / Sedlec, Czech Republic travel blog

Kutná Hora

A travel blog entry by yellowdragon

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... . Baidi had read about it somewhere online. Chinese travel net. Chinese are so organized. We get a train ticket to Kutn'' Hora and leave. Outside Prague everything becomes colourless. It seems like the angels used a grey pallette when they painted the ...

Church of Bones, Kutna Hora, Czech Republic travel blog

Church of Bones

A travel blog entry by jennykelly

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... windows were the best part for me, but of course the timberwork was beautiful too. The Ossuary, Church of bones in Sedlec, Kutna Hora was our last stop in this attractive little village. The church was commenced in the 13th century with just a small ...

Skullduggery, Kutna Hora, Czech Republic travel blog

Skullduggery

A travel blog entry by hels_belles

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kutna hora, Kutna Hora, Czech Republic travel blog

kutna hora

A travel blog entry by laine

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Out of the city, Kutna Hora, Czech Republic travel blog

Out of the city

A travel blog entry by burles

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... breath of fresh air after being in the streets of Prague, which are crawling with tourists. I saw the oldest Cathedral in the Czech Republic, a chrurch decorated with the bones of an estimated 40,000 skeletons, and a lot of other neat little things on the ...

Creepy Bone Crypt, Kutna Hora, Czech Republic travel blog

Creepy Bone Crypt

A travel blog entry by kristinj

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We went on a daytrip to a ossuary about 1 hour outside of Phana (Prague).  An ossuary is a bone crypt.  This one is one of the biggest in Europe, 40,000 skeletons stacked in ornate patterns.  4 large pyramids, a chandelier and strings of ...

Prague, Praha, Czech Republic travel blog

Prague

A travel blog entry by jcarlso2

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Praha was beautiful. We had tons of free time in Prague and it was great. I do have to say that on the first day I got separated from my tour and was left wandering around Prague on my own. I know, good job...chalk one up to me but it was actually a ...

The Bone Church, Kutna Hora, Czech Republic travel blog

The Bone Church

A travel blog entry by dancer_alison

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Beinhaus Ossuary, Kutna Hora, Czech Republic travel blog

Beinhaus Ossuary

A travel blog entry by joergenmaria

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Kutna Hora and the Ossuary, Kutná Hora, Czech Republic travel blog

Kutna Hora and the Ossuary

A travel blog entry by hippler

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... Google + page is at https://plus.google.com/+DaveHippler Thursday, October 30, 2014 We took a day trip yesterday to a town called Kutna Hora, a town about an hour east of here. It's famous for a chapel with arranged human bones in the basement (an ...

It’s the living who scare me, Kutna Hora, Czech Republic travel blog

It’s the living who scare me

A travel blog entry by caitlinnelson

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... is a palace/museum and was originally the Central Mint of Prague, named after the Italian minting experts who worked there. Kutna Hora used to be a rich town that rivalled Prague because of their profitable silver mining. Unfortunately, it seems when the ...

What Fresh Hell Is This?, Kutná Hora, Czech Republic travel blog

What Fresh Hell Is This?

A travel blog entry by kirstenelise

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... . Any tiny breeze through the window caused us to sit up and turn like meercats toward whatever brief relief we could get. We got to Kutna Hora, and hopped on what we hoped was the right bus, into town. In front of us a toddler stared blankly into space, ...

Czech- Points, Kutna Hora, Czech Republic travel blog

Czech- Points

A travel blog entry by moinmotion

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... to read more Czech than hello, goodbye, and thank-you, we could have found an easier way.  Once in Kutna Hora, we checked out the bizarre attractions whose guidebook descriptions lured us here, including an alchemy museum staffed by an ...

Bone Chapel & Silver Mines, Kutna Hora & Silver Mines, Czech Republic travel blog

Bone Chapel & Silver Mines

A travel blog entry by nzivanovich

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... town about an hour and a half outside of Prague that is known for something all over the world. The Bone Chapel in Kutna Hora is a modestly sized church that is partially constructed and decorated with human bones. There is believed to be over 40,000 ...

Day 67:  The Bone Church, Kutna Hora, Czech Republic travel blog

Day 67: The Bone Church

A travel blog entry by johnnyandamber

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... of monies found: 6.50 Euros, 8.05 Peruvian soles, 5 cents American, 10 cents Bolivian, 1 cent Canadian, 15 Swiss Francs, 11 Czech Republic Korunas, 5 Croatian Lipas, 2 Hungarian Fillers (no longer in use), 10 Romanian lei # of times we did laundry: 3 # of ...

Kutna Hora, Kutna Hora, Czech Republic travel blog

Kutna Hora

A travel blog entry by benandsabine

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Back to anatomy class, Kutna Hora, Czech Republic travel blog

Back to anatomy class

A travel blog entry by lilyc

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Decided to do a sidetrip to Kutna Hora and was greatly rewarded. Went to the Chapel of All Saints first and the gothic St. Barbara's Cathedral next. The Ossuary ws Built in 1870, the cemetary behind the church was popular. But when the plague hit, ...

Lots of Bones, beautiul Churches... nice day, Kutna Hora, Czech Republic travel blog

Lots of Bones, beautiul Churches... nice day

A travel blog entry by christianbjork

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So I'm pretty proud I was able to get a few of my coworkers to go visit Kutna Hora today.  We got together at the main train station in Prague around 9.30am, and took a train at 10am.  It was only 100 Czech Krown round trip, about 5 euros. I had ...

Week 5. Of bones, manuscripts and Erasmus bunch, Prague (week), Kutna Hora (weekend), Czech Republic travel blog

Week 5. Of bones, manuscripts and Erasmus bunch

A travel blog entry by bermudez

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... . Last weekend: amazing! We went on Saturday with a Norwegian and an American friend con to a medieval town called Kutna Hora. Great. Very strange though: there is a small chapel with an ossuary, where everything (altars, chandeliers, staircase...) ...

Kutna Hora, Kutna Hora, Czech Republic travel blog

Kutna Hora

A travel blog entry by theskinners

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We took a day trip to the city of Kutna Hora. This is a small town one hour east of Prague. Kutna Hora is know for two main things. The silver mines, were closed when we were there, and Ossuary Sedlec. The Ossuary Sedlec holds a graveyard chapel from ...

Bones and a chateau on my birthday, Kutna Hora, Czech Republic travel blog

Bones and a chateau on my birthday

A travel blog entry by chaoticglitter

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... pictures and I won't go near them. And yet I wanted to go see hundreds of thousands of bones in a church in the middle of Czech. I don't get me either. Anyway, the church was very cool, and creepy. Though the bones were not meant to be creepy but more ...

A day trip, Kutna Hora, Czech Republic travel blog

A day trip

A travel blog entry by angela_louise

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David and I decided to escape the city for the day and headed to the small town of Kutna Hora to do some exploring. The first thing we saw was an ossuary inside a church. The decoration of the church was made up of 40,000 human skeletons. It was very ...

The Bone Church, Kutna Hora, Czech Republic travel blog

The Bone Church

A travel blog entry by leann-robyn

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From Prague we made a day trip to nearby Kutna Hora to see the Sedlec Ossuary (aka: bone church). It was somewhat disturbing but also very cool to be standing in the small church filled with approximately 40,000-70,000 human bones. Guess there's a first ...

Bluegrass-Bands n' Bones, Kutna Hora, Brno, Czech Republic travel blog

Bluegrass-Bands n' Bones

A travel blog entry by skarpes

... as I gathered, their's was a Bluegrass Band!! I understood this word, but everything else was Czech... I couldn't believe it, a bluegrass band in Kutna Hora!?! Next thing I knew, they were asking me to play with them down the street somewhere. I ...

Slightly morbid, Kutna Hora, Czech Republic travel blog

Slightly morbid

A travel blog entry by mrconfused

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A daytrip to a church decorated with bones. Kind of ...

Sunday at the Bone Church, Kutna Hora, Czech Republic travel blog

Sunday at the Bone Church

A travel blog entry by karli

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... church in Kutna Hora.  So, we hopped in the car and off we went.  It was about an hour and fifteen minute drive to Kutna Hora.  When we got to the town, we weren't sure where the church was, but after driving around for a while, we found ...

Czech out this City!, Marienbad, Czech Republic travel blog

Czech out this City!

A travel blog entry by schlossie

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... is located next to the hotel Krakonos, above Marianske Lazne and you can admire exact copies of famous buildings from the Czech Republic. Geological Park This park is located in a forest above the city. The park features typical minerals which can be ...

Kutna Hora, Kutna Hora, Czech Republic travel blog

Kutna Hora

A travel blog entry by alex.kniuksta

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Today I took a series of trains into Central Czech Republic about 3 hour ride to visit Kutna Hora.  I was told a quick slip of the tongue leads to a very dirty Czech phrase; maybe Czech isn't all that different from English?  Somehow I ...

A city once rich from silver, Kutná Hora, Czech Republic travel blog

A city once rich from silver

A travel blog entry by xerius

... hour of the capital? The town is hardly a secret these days, frankly. Blame mankind's fascination with the macabre: Kutn'' Hora is famous worldwide for its Cistercian chapel in the industrial outskirts, featuring an ossuary decorated entirely out of ...

Össciting Ossicles, Kutna Hora, Czech Republic travel blog

Össciting Ossicles

A travel blog entry by fourloves

Entry to follow (I AM kind of travelling here, you know?). Thanks for your patience. Check back ...

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