The white building along the cliff that came out of St. Barbara’s Church is the Silver Mine Museum. It was not visited (maybe it was not open). Passing through the open-air promenade is the old site of the silver mine. The silver mine in the small town has been emptied, so I just leave it for a visit.
This is a very niche place that most people don't know. My husband likes to collect silver coins. He knows that this is the place where the famous Czech silver mines are produced, so I came here to take a look. It is quite unique.
The introduction in the Silver Mine Museum is nothing special. After all, it is similar to the previous castles. It shows the history of coinage during the time when the Italians came. It is particularly sensible to walk on the side of the mountain at night, when it is snowing. Several relief sculptures are lit, and the white building walls look very serious and silent.
A museum with Czech characteristics, the development of local silver mines
This museum exhibits works carved from ore silver