Czech Republic
Kutna hora

Kutná Hora, a captivating city in the Central Bohemian Region of the Czech Republic, entices visitors with its unique blend of Gothic architecture and peculiar historical attractions. Read more

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A UNESCO World Heritage Site, this medieval silver-mining town is a testament to the Czech Republic's rich history beyond Prague. Once rivalling Prague in terms of importance due to its abundant silver mines, Kutná Hora is a labyrinth of cobbled streets, impressive churches, and remarkable monuments. Its historical center reflects its heydays in the 14th and 15th centuries when it played a significant role in the economic prosperity and political influence of the Kingdom of Bohemia.
Kutná Hora, with its intriguing mix of sanctity and morbidity, offers a profound experience, revealing stories of silver miners, monarchs, and skilled craftsmen who left an indelible mark on its streets and structures.

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What to do in Kutna hora

Sedlec Ossuary (Bone Church)

A small Roman Catholic chapel adorned with the bones of between 40,000 to 70,000 people, artistically arranged to form furnishings and decorations.

St. Barbara's Church

An exquisite example of late Gothic architecture, this church was built in honor of the patron saint of miners and showcases splendid frescoes depicting medieval mining.

Italian Court (Vlašský dvůr)

Formerly a royal mint, this complex played a crucial role in producing silver coins. It houses a permanent exhibition about coin minting.

Silver Museum

Located in the Gothic stone house, this museum provides insights into the silver mining history of Kutná Hora.

GASK - Gallery of the Central Bohemian Region

Housed in the renovated Jesuit College, it's a space for contemporary visual art.

Hrádek (Little Castle)

A Gothic and Renaissance building with an exhibition dedicated to the town's rich silver-mining history.

Church of Our Lady at Sedlec

A beautiful early-Gothic church reconstructed after being damaged, it showcases a blend of architectural styles.

St. James's Church

This church holds the oldest Gothic vault in Central Europe, with a captivating history spanning several centuries.

Jesuit College

A grand Baroque building adjacent to St. Barbara’s Church, it stands as an architectural gem of the city.

Plague Column

Erected in the 18th century, this Baroque column is a symbol of gratitude for the end of a devastating plague that struck the town.

What else to visit
In and around Kutna hora

Kostnice (1.27 km)

The Sedlec Ossuary, commonly known as Kostnice in Czech, is a small Roman Catholic chapel located beneath the Cemetery Church of All Saints in Sedlec, a suburb of Kutná Hora in the Czech Republic.

Prachovice (26.3 km)

A quiet yet captivating village, located in the Pardubice Region. Known for its lush natural surroundings and a tranquil atmosphere, Prachovice offers visitors a peaceful escape away from the hustle and bustle of city life.

Sazava Monastery (28.42 km)

Sázava Monastery is a Czech National Heritage site and a spiritual refuge steeped in over a millennium of history. As you wander its hallowed grounds, you'll experience a tranquil escape that’s rich in art, culture, and tradition.

Cesky Sternberk (29.09 km)

Along the banks of the Sázava River, Český Šternberk is a small Czech town that exudes medieval charm. Dominated by its namesake castle, this town is a time capsule that lets you step back into history while soaking up stunning river and valley views.

Pardubice (36.34 km)

At the crossroads of rivers and history, Pardubice is a delightful blend of heritage, equestrian tradition, and gingerbread aroma, making it a unique destination within the Czech Republic's tapestry.

Chrudim (36.89 km)

Chrudim, a charming Czech town, marries rich history with modern amenities. Known for its folklore traditions and vibrant cultural scene, Chrudim offers a warm welcome to those seeking both history and natural beauty.

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