In the small town of Kutna Hora not far from Prague, there is a human bone church. In the 14th century, the black death raged, and the Husse War broke out in the 15th century, which made the Bohemian land a boneless body. Later, the noble family of Montenegro bought this, and the carpenter Rint would decorate the church with the bones of nowhere, so about 40,000 white bones became the chandeliers, shields, altars, holy grails in front of them... strange and gorgeous. The information book says "It allows us to face the limits of life and the value of eternal life."
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The Church of the Human Bone is called the Church of the Assumption of the Virgin on the map. The church houses a skeleton of 40,000 to 70,000 people. The human bones are placed in the form of decorations and displayed here. It can also be said that this is a human bone museum. The
human bone church is particularly small. More than 40,000 bones are sterilized and screened, and they are the same size. They are built into candlesticks, altars, holy grailes, thresholds, arches, charms and even crosses.
The chandelier made of human bones, with the leg bones forming the main frame, the lower jaw bones are draped into curtains, supporting a block of pelvic bones arranged in a circle, and the pelvis supports the head as a candlestick, which looks dense. The human bones will still be a little cautious.
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for the Czech heart for a long time, whether it is rich in bohemian elements and the historic CK town, the stunning and sacred human bone church, still full of romance The breath of Prague, even the rural pastoral scenery, is fascinating.
The Czech Republic stayed for five days and was driving all the way. Then go to Austria, usually play Central Europe can play 2-3 countries together.
Wenceslas Square (Czech: Václavské náměstí (help. info) [ˈvaːtslafskɛː ˈnaːmɲɛstiː], colloquially Václavák [ˈvaːtslavaːk]) is one of the main city squares and the centre of the business and cultural communities in the New Town of Prague, Czech Republic. I could not take any photos during snowing as it is minus degree. Getting so cold, you must be ready for all stuff to protect cold. otherwise, you will become freeze.
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The Virgin Mary and the Cathedral of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin, referred to as the Church of the Assumption of the Virgin, was enlisted in 1995 as a World Heritage List, dating back to the mid-12th century, the typical Gothic church, after many times of rest, incorporated Baroque style, the church is unique and refreshing
The internal structure of the church is very simple and clear, without towering columns, using arched domes for support
Trinity murals (Holy Father Holy Spirit)
Church is not big The two floors are slowly watching, and 20 minutes is also completed. The distance from the Church of the Assumption is less than 500m, which is the most famous Sedlec Zanggutang.
Santa Barbara Cathedral is the largest church in Kutna Hora. It is comparable in size and grandeur to the St. Vitus Cathedral in Prague. It is also a slightly different church. It is about 10 minutes drive from the Human Bone Church. Hh/Barbara is the patron saint of the miners. The church was originally built to give a gift to Barbara who guards the silver miners
from the altar, Ceiling Vault ceiling dome, six petal arches At the top, the elegance and dignity are brought to the extreme, while the badges of the families and groups are drawn on the dome.
The color window here is not made of glass mosaic, but the oil painting on the glass, the oldest The windows were made in 1898, the latest was 1923
because the Santa Barbara Cathedral was interrupted by the Huss War and was not rebuilt until the end of the 15th century, with design and time changing until the 19th century. This beautiful church was officially completed, and all the colorful windows, including the colorful windows, used quite advanced technology.