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... his "apartment." The grounds were beautiful but you can tell it's the end of the summer; roses are fading & leaves are falling & the temperatures have dropped a little. We left there around noon to cut across the countryside avoiding Prague to get to Karlstein Castle. It was supposed to take 1 1/2 hours but we had some distractions. Traffic was halted at the dam straddling Slapy Lake. There were 2 police helicopters circling over ...
... minutes, in the drizzling rain.
This church is special as the monks stored bones here from the 14th century or so then they were later arranged.
Here is the blurb to save me writing about its history.
Loved this ...
... the order.
Between 1703 and 1710, a new entrance was constructed to support the front wall, which was leaning outward, and the upper chapel was rebuilt. This work, in the Czech Baroque style, was designed by Jan Santini Aichel.
In 1870, František Rint, a woodcarver, was employed by ...
... rivalled Prague because of their profitable silver mining. Unfortunately, it seems when the silver than out, it became a bit of a ghost town.
Out the front of the Italian Court we saw a fat cat that looked like Garfeild who was strutting around like he owned the place. We were the only ones around at the time, so we got our own personal tour guide who showed us the building, some coins, how they minted the coins, and the gorgeous Chapel of St Wenceslas (created in 1386, ...
... fallen off. Just outside the front concrete wall is where all the touristībuses drop off their load to mingle around, take 100 photos then leave again. It was all just a bit tacky and given that it wasn't maintained properly, a little disappointing.
Inside we had our tickets stamped and grabbed an English guidesheet. It was a little better once the tour bus had left because we had some room to move around the place. Apparently in 1870 a woodcarver named František Rint ...