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Kutna Hora Region




Located at a distance of 60 km to the east of Prague, Kutna Hora is a notable place of the Central Bohemian Region of Czech Republic. Representing the rich traditional history and cultural ancestry of the region,
Kutna Hora is famous for the rich reserve of the white metal of silver in the silver mines. One of the richest cities during the ancient times, Kutna Hora was the imperial seat of the royal rulers of Czech Republic.

Easily accessible by railways and buses, Kutna Hora is visited by several tourists who are absolutely thrilled with the architectural splendor of the ancient times that has percolated to the modern era. Unaffected and unaltered by vagaries of nature and the fast change of times, Kutna Hora boasts of several notable places of tourist interests.

Kutna Hora is known for its rich architectural splendor. Amidst the picturesque landscape of the region, the giant monuments stands tall with their over imposing architectural structure that adds to the grace and glory of the area. Some of the important places of tourist interest of Kutna Hora are:
  • St. James Church- One of the prominent architectural splendor of the ancient times, St. James Church was dedicated to the miners who worked diligently for the welfare of the region.

  • St. Barbara's Cathedral - St. Barbara's Cathedral was constructed with the aim of showing respect to the hard work of the laborers
Kutna Hora is known in the modern times for the colorful and attractive festivals of Silver Mining that attracts several tourists from far and wide.




 

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