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... was found in the area and it became the economic power house of Bohemia. After a couple of centuries the king cottoned onto the wealth and declared all the silver mined belonged to him. Most of the currency of Europe between the 12th and 15th century came from Kutná Hora, and the miners and silver smiths were held in high regard. The first visit was to the Sedlec Ossuary, a small Catholic Church where the ...
... kids came back from helping at the summer camp, we, that is us, Zdena and Viki, collected Yrke, Natalya, David and Martina (local teenagers) and headed off down the hill to the river. There's a little old ferry boat there that putts across every half an hour. For a few pence you can avoid the long trudge around to the bridge several miles away in Prague. The crossing itself takes about two ...
... to legend a handful of dirt from Jerusalem was bought and scattered over the Sedlec cemetery in 1278. Thus it became part of the Holy Land and a sought-after burial place. Thousands of people were buried here at the time of Plague epidemics and religious Hussite wars in the Middle Ages. In the 15th century the major part of ...
... br> Since we had been prepared for the rather morbid decor, the actual site was not as creepy as one might have expected. This was also probably because it was filled with tourists taking pictures. Believe me, if you had been strolling down the small lane and wandered in unknowingly to this church when empty, you would immediately remember "Texas Chainsaw Massacre" and run out screaming. The church is ...
... it. The cobble stone streets have no traffic and is considered the Venice of the Czech Republic. I would like to go back and explore the city more if I ever get the chance. Our last night there we all went to dinner together at a local pinovar. We realized it would be the last time we would all be together and the meal was bittersweet. We ended the night at a local bar, where the bartenders were mixologists. One of there ...