Penzion Sedlec

K Nadrazi 284, Kutna Hora, Bohemia, 28403, Czech Republic | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on K Nadrazi 284, 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

Konopiste & Karlstein Castles

A travel blog entry by ssigmon on Sep 10, 2014

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... tusks, etc. This had been the home of Archduke Ferdinand, who had been assassinated starting WW I. He loved hunting & had hunted all over the world killing some 320,000 animals. Jim says he killed anything that moved! He thinks the servants were afraid to move or they might be shot! :) The tour took us through only one corridor of rooms but they were lovely. Martin then took us to the area where they keep George, the bear, but he ...

My Favourite Church Finally Eyeballed!

A travel blog entry by melnbruce on Aug 26, 2014

39 photos

The Sedlec Ossuary 80km from Prague has been on my must see tourist radar for about 8 years now, ever since I read a book called "The Black Angel" by John Connelly which featured this place.
Caught a train from Prague to Kutna Hora which takes an hour, then walked to the church which ...

Bone Church

A travel blog entry by teamwaldron on Jun 05, 2014

18 photos

... you where there is an ATM?" we asked.

"Down here, around there" and some mumbling they said.

We eventually found the ATM and got some cash. Back to pay them and have a look around.

You can have a look at the photos and make you own mind up about it. Apparently it wasn't done it a ghoulish way but to show that ...

Day 67: The Bone Church

A travel blog entry by johnnyandamber on Dec 23, 2013

2 comments, 17 photos

... here. 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 ...

Church of Bones

A travel blog entry by simoncardnell on Nov 18, 2013

33 photos

I use my interrail day of train travel to visit Kutna Hora in the Czech Republic before I catch the direct 4 hour train to Bratislava. The small town was founded on the mining of silver ore and by the 13th century it was producing a third of all European silver. First, I have a look round the Ossuary - the Church of All Saints, which is decorated with more than 40,000 human bones. Pretty grim but it looks amazing. During ...