Kutná Hora holiday apartments – Discover this historic town
Kutná Hora holiday apartments are situated in Central Bohemia, a region in the Czech Republic and used to be a silver mining town in medieval times. Due to this, it was one of the wealthiest towns of its time and has left behind some wonderful history and buildings. The city centre was made a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1995 and continues to be a popular place to visit today. St. Barbara's Church also proves to be a popular place to visit while staying in holiday rentals Kutná Hora and dates back from 1388 and has 2 eye-catching spires which are the works of Peter Parler and who's other works include the St. Vitus Cathedral in Prague. If you're looking for something a little more strange, Kutná Hora holiday apartments won't disappoint. You can visit Kostnice Ossuary and inside you'll find a chandelier arranged by František Rint which is made entirely out of human bones and is known as Sedlec Ossuary. Kostnice Ossuary was made famous after Henry the abbot of Sedlec brought soil back from Golgotha from his journey to the Holy Land and the soil was then sprinkled on the ground and considered to be holy. Holiday rentals Kutná Hora are also near tours of the silver mines which are available every day.