Hotel U Kata

Address: Uhenlna 596, Kutna Hora, Bohemia, Czech Republic | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Uhenlna 596, Kutna Hora, is near Hradek Mining Museum, Gothic Stone Fountain, Italian Court (Vlassky Dvur), and Alchemy Museum.
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      Travel Blogs from Kutna Hora

      Kutna Hora

      A travel blog entry by kathleen.vogel on Oct 06, 2014

      12 photos

      ... of the Holy Land. After the Black Plague in the 14th Century and the Hussite Wars left many dead the cemetery had to be expanded. Sometime after 1511 the graves were exhumed to make room for new bodies. The remains of between 40-70 thousand people were piled up in the ossuary until 1870 when the Schwarzenberg family hired Frantisek Rint, a woodcarver, to organize the bones. He spent several years organizing the bones inside the lower level ...

      Bones of 40,000 dead used as decoration

      A travel blog entry by tritt-around on Jul 17, 2014

      ... the bone church. Very macabre to see. Bones of 40,000 dead used as decoration!! St Barbara is the patron saint of miners and her church is beautiful. This was added to by a pipe organ playing and a man singing. Our walk around the old part of town showed a delightful variety of buildings, well maintained, with cobbled streets and lanes. ...

      The Bone People

      A travel blog entry by catfeet on Jul 03, 2014

      1 comment, 17 photos

      ... the centre of the church roof. The story goes ….

      "In the mid 14th century, during the Black Death, and after the Hussite Wars in the early 15th century, many thousands were buried in the abbey cemetery, so it had to be greatly enlarged.

      Around 1400, a Gothic church was built in the centre ...

      Boning away the day and loving it.

      A travel blog entry by zerah on Oct 12, 2013

      ... a fifteen minute walk to The Sedlec Ossuarry, or church of bones from the train station.
      The outside look of the church is nothing special, there are a lot of graves all the way up to the walls, which isn't common, but in the history it says someone went to the holly land and came back with a pocketful of dirt and he spread it over the graveyard, which then made it very attractive to royalty to bury all their families there. So with so many ...

      What Fresh Hell Is This?

      A travel blog entry by kirstenelise on Jul 26, 2013

      10 photos

      ... again?

      The town was deserted. Most stores were closed, as it was Saturday, God's day of cooking sinners, obviously. We went to a tourist office where we found out that we should have walked to the bone church from the train station. We now had to go catch a local train back to the church. No words were spoken as we trudged to that train, mouths grim, elbows and knees dripping. And this was a good idea because...?
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