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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 ...
... hour and a half before catching the next one back. Well a group of Chinese tourists made the same mistake as we did. Actually, the travel guide had said there were two stops. After speaking to the nice attendant at the next station we were on a local bus back to our destination. We are hitting every mode of transportation on this trip. Kutna Hora was a peaceful and charming town. A nice break from the very busy Prague. Our first stop was St. ...
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The Ossuary itself was very cool. They had a paper they handed out in various languages that explains the place. The summary: a lot of people were buried here in old (1200s era) time and some conquerors came and tore it up. A half-blind monk took the bones of 40,000 people and used them ...
... m doing on this trip. From Prague we spent overnight in Kutna Hora - the old silver mining town in the heart of Bohemia, famously known for it's Bone Church. Katrina wanted to see it after i told her about me and Maddy's visit. Kutna hora is easy to get to if you book a tour, but as we had booked so few days in Prague, we decided to detour to kutna hora by train on our way to Berlin. It was great being able to explore the small city a little more, and we got longer to spend in the ...
... trip well worth it!
From there I wandered about the cute little town. Kutna Hora’s main city is an ugly group of soviet style housing blocks and industrial buildings. But the old town is a very nice wander with little cobble stone (curses!) lanes, shops and eateries. It is less busy than Prague, so there are times you are completely alone in the streets.
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