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The Cemetery Church of All Saints with the Ossuary

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The Cemetery Church of All Saints with the Ossuary

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All seasons Baltic tour 21 days from Warsaw; Medieval towns and Teutonic castles

This all-season 22 days tour is focused on preserved medieval castles and fortresses located in Czech Republic. We will also visit few places from UNESCO World Heritage list. The tour started in Vienna, Austria, as the closest city with large international airport to the Southern Morava area of Czech Republic, from where we will start to visit famous Czech castles. With this tour we going to see 30 well preserved castles in south, central and west areas of Czechia and 3 sites from UNESCO World Heritage list.
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Jen B wrote a review Sep 2020
London, United Kingdom170 contributions54 helpful votes
It's pretty macabre, but also impressive. I've never seen anything like it. In 1870 a local man called Frantisek Rint was allowed to use the bones of around 40,000 people to decorate the church. There is a bone chandelier and all sorts of bone wall decorations and hangings. No photos allowed.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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mlorahga wrote a review Sep 2020
Augusta, Georgia1,303 contributions155 helpful votes
Did a half day trip to Kutna Hora where we saw one of the most famous Bone Chapels. I have a warning on this because some might find it disturbing or disrespectful like many in our group. This 14th Century Chapel is the burial location for over 60,000 people. Over half of them died from the Plague. Although churches and chapels around the Christian world typically have crypts or burial grounds, these are displayed openly and "artistically." Not sure what I think. Our guide didn't seem to comprehend the question when I asked. The chapel has been well-preserved, although there is significant ongoing archaeological work.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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cvtmuench wrote a review Apr 2020
Mesa, Arizona225 contributions61 helpful votes
Warning: disturbing cemetery/church... visit with caution😬 Right outside Prague in the town of Kutna Hora you can make a visit to an Ossuary—a chapel adorned with human skeletons—estimated at this point to be the remains of approximately 60,000 people! Quite creepy, but so unique I had to see it..
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Date of experience: May 2019
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Jon L wrote a review Apr 2020
Olathe, Kansas234 contributions59 helpful votes
OK. This is an inexpensive and relatively easy one hour train ride from Prague. When I'm in Europe, and I like to see odd things I can't see in the U.S. The church is about a 15 minute walk from the train station. It's of course unlike anything you've ever seen, dark, dank, weird. Takes about 15 minutes. Harder to get to and see than the Catacombs of Paris or the Capuchin crypt at Sta Maria della Concezisone dei Cappuccini in Rome. Not entirely sure I'd recommend the effort. We didn't spend long here and raced back to the train station to catch an earlier train back to Prague so as not to waste time.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Eliana Maria wrote a review Apr 2020
Jakarta, Indonesia459 contributions66 helpful votes
Here you'll find a room fully decorated with human bones. More than 40 thousand people were dead during the Black Death/Pestilence, and their bones were stored here. Some may find this place amazing. For some others, it's creepy.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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