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Prague Day 4

Kutna Hora


So today Daniela and I hoped on a train about an hour to a small town just southeast of Prague called Kutna Hora. It's on UNESCO's list of world heritage sites. It was a really quaint town with a lot of charm. We walked around for a couple of hours and took in the sights. On our way back to the train station we went to this church that was decorated inside entirely of human bones. It was the remains of 40,000 people. It had everything from bone chandeliers to wall decorations. It was so bizarre and a little distrubing. Tomorrow we're heading out to Pilsen to do some beer tasting... YUM!

Posted by mvencato 09:51 Archived in Czech Republic

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