Hotel U Kata

Address: Stefanikova 92, Kutna Hora, Bohemia, 284 01 , Czech Republic | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Stefanikova 92, Kutna Hora, is near Hradek Mining Museum, Italian Court (Vlassky Dvur), Gothic Stone Fountain, and Gothic Stone House (Kamenny dum).
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          Travel Blogs from Kutna Hora

          Day of bones!

          A travel blog entry by marlintravel on Sep 11, 2015

          1 comment, 4 photos

          ... which the internet said was the closest we walked 3 km to get to the church. Needless to say our bones were already aching from yesterdays hike. The church viewing area was very small and was filled with bones in various decorative displays. The people back in the 1300 century thought that this place was a sacred holy ground. So 30000 people wanted to be buried there. A blind monk so story says put the bones ...

          Kutna Hora

          A travel blog entry by spsadventures on Jan 31, 2015

          9 photos

          ... It reminds me of the train car they sit in on the ride to Hogwarts, but with clear doors so that you can see the scenery from both sides of the train.
          Near Prague, the scenery was mostly forested, which in winter means a bunch of leafless trees. As we got further out, the scenery changed to fields and villages more than trees.

          Kutna Hora Bone Chapel

          A travel blog entry by thiskiwiflies on Sep 01, 2014

          4 photos

          ... bones, hip bones, arm bones, leg bones ... You name it they probably used it. The bones line the walls, create different sculptures and are inclosed in glass cabinets for everyone to look at. Its not very big just the one room but it is still impressive. It cost us 90 KC equivalent to $5 NZD, so pretty sweet price for the experience we got.  While we were there we made friends with some girls who were also well impressed with the bone chapel and ...

          Day 67: The Bone Church

          A travel blog entry by johnnyandamber on Dec 23, 2013

          2 comments, 12 photos

          ... People from all across Europe fought for spots in the cemetery. Many people from the plague were also buried here. Then when they ran out of room the bones were collected from the ground and placed along side the outside of the church. A semi blind monk started to move them inside the church. Finally another man decided to make the bones into artful creations. He stacked bones on top of one another to created pyramids that are 15 feet high, chandeliers that are made of all the ...

          Bone Chapel & Silver Mines

          A travel blog entry by nzivanovich on Apr 23, 2012

          24 photos

          This past Friday the USAC group took its last organized field trip to Kutna Hora and the Silver Mines. For those who don't know Kutna Hora is a small 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 ...