Autumn in Europe is really cold and unpredictable. When you enter the coffee shop, it is still rainy and unstoppable with a gray sky. After drinking the coffee and then going out, I have already seen the sun, which can’t be more surprising ☀️
The first stop in the afternoon is Santa Barbara Cathedral in Kutna Hora.
I heard that it is another famous church with unfinished buildings. As for the first famous, of course, it is Barcelona’s illegal Sagrada Familia that is still working hard to build.
And here, the first shutdown, it is said that it took nearly a hundred years. Burning Goose, the second stoppage, is an even more powerful 500 years+
Although around 1905, the Santa Barbara Cathedral finally announced the completion of the main body. But there is really only the main body, visible to the naked eye, so far there are still some small details that have not been completely completed...
However, procrastination goes to procrastination, the church itself is still very good-looking: the unique Bohemian + Gothic mix and match style, the interior has a huge mesh roof beam, beautiful rose windows, and 27 on both sides of the exterior. The minaret is full of design.
Moreover, the few tourists make the whole trip leisurely and comfortable~
The Cathedral of St. Barbara is specially protected by light, and the sacred and holy feeling is set off very well. Everyone is very quiet and peaceful to visit. The exquisite interior is very exquisite! Recommend~
The cathedral in the small town is a place of worship for the silver miners. The characteristic is the decorative rib column on the top of the church, so the church fee is not entered. The church can overlook the panoramic view of the town. The scenery is good. Along the church, it is the center of the town.
This is the most worth visiting place in Kutna Hora. The interior of the church retains complete murals and exquisite glass paintings, some of which are very realistic records of the history of the city's silver mining. And Santa Barbara is also the protector of their mining workers.
Here is an introduction to the whole town. The medieval city of Kutna Hora has a glorious past. Because it was once the most important silver mine producer in the Kingdom of Bohemia, it was once an extremely wealthy and important city. The most attractive tourist attraction in the city is the human bone church. The chapel has almost become a masterpiece of human bone art drawn from the Black Death. But in fact, the cathedral in the city named after St. Barbara, the guardian of the silver miners, is its true architectural art temple, and it is also a cathedral that has been built for more than 500 years.
The magnificent five-center building and its super punctual flying buttresses. Full of yang, sweeping away the gloom of the church before. The second floor of the church can be visited. The exhibition hall relives the process of church construction and continuous renovation and improvement. The sun shines through the glass windows and shows the flying buttresses outside. It is so beautiful. Apologies for the neglect and contempt of this church before I came here!
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended The Church of St.Barbara,Czech Museum of Silver,Gothic Stone Fountain,Italian Court,kostel Panny Marie Na Nameti
Messiah_Dillon: Here are some hotels near The Church of St.Barbara: Pension Bed&Breakfast,Café Havlíček Penzion,Penzion U Babky bylinkářky,Hotel Opat,Hotel Kreta