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".
M32***23Valdštejnská lodžie, a relatively historic town, has a long history and many residents. The boundary between the city and the suburbs is not obvious. You can drive to the city center in a short drive. It has a good view, suitable for free travel, and there are many restaurants. Something to eat~
TodemmyThe 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~
WillSumWhen we went to the Bone Church, we were with the group. When the tour guide parked the car in the parking lot next to the church, we thought that the building of this size was the Bone Church. Although it is located at the most busy intersection, it is very quiet and basic. The people who have not visited enter the building from the entrance of the intersection. The style is relatively simple and there are not too many carvings. Everything is simple and comfortable with the high ceiling.
WillSumThe 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.
M32***23Rumcajsova ševcovna is a small exhibition hall of all kinds of gadgets, with many details, such as many models of small parachutists looking up, and many small train tracks, which is quite interesting~