118***20The Czech "Human Bone Church" is located in Kutna Hora, a small town about 70 kilometers east of Prague. It was built in the 14th century. Its exterior is a seemingly ordinary Gothic architecture, but the interior decoration is made of human bones. Therefore, it is not so much a church as a "Human Bone Museum".
137***66Sniezka is a great feeling, it is worth visiting, the small pond in the park is a highlight, because there are many water lilies, the pictures are very beautiful! There are also many other vegetation and flowers, colorful, and lounge chairs, very humane
诗人赵四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.
TodemmyAfter playing in Europe for a long time, there will be a little aesthetic fatigue, and I think it’s the same everywhere. Fortunately, Památník bitvy 1866 na Chlumu is more distinctive in that the folk customs are great and warm! Will lead the way very seriously, I feel very touched, the scenery is like a quiet town
M32***23Hospital Kuks is similar to a heritage park. The scenery in this area is good. The attractions are all connected together. The recommended walking tour is very good! Recommended~There are also some street performers, it feels like traveling~