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An outstanding cathedral that definitely should be in the top ten of Europe. It has such a variety of Gothic artwork; stained glass windows, paintings and fresco's, statuary, and gilded decoration. The most outstanding feature were so many ornate small altar areas in every nook...More
There is a small entrance fee, it is definitely worth it. We spent an hour wondering inside. It is very interesting. Remember to walk up the many steps to the gallery upstairs where you can see how the cathedral evolved and got restored over time....More
Visited as part of our day trip.
St Barbara's is one of the most famous Gothic churches in central Europe and is a UNESCO world heritage site. Construction began in 1388 and completed in 1905.
St Barbara is the patron saint of miners, which is...More
As beautiful as any church in Prague itself, this cathedral really took our breath away. It's dedicated to Saint Barbara, who is the patron saint of miners - very appropriate in this former silver-mining town.
Sited on a hillside overlooking the town of Kutna Hora...More
This is a very cool cathedral which isn't really a cathedral! No bishop! So, it is amazing inside. Beautiful stained glass. Be sure to climb to the second floor...it isn't that bad...and view the insides of the pipe organ and walk out on the balcony....More
Definitely visit if you are in Kutna Hora. Hit it at golden hour and you’ll get amazing photos. We didn’t see the inside, but I’d imagine it’s gorgeous. Cobblestone makes it a little difficult for strollers.
This may be the most attractive Gothic cathedral I have ever visited. The stained glass is magnificent and there is beauty everywhere one looks. Another aspect which endeared it to me is that it is quite small and I did not leave exhausted,