Kutna Hora – Repubblica Ceca
Swiss Tourism Awards 2006
“The Czech silver jewel, resort with great inclination to tourism”
Kutna Hora is a lovely town in the Central Bohemia region of the Czech Republic which used to be a silver mining town in the medieval times. Despite having somewhat a drab architecture, the Historical Town Centre along with the Church of St. Barbara and the Cathedral of Our Lady at Sedlec prompted UNESCO to include Kutna Hora in the World Heritage List in 1995. You can also take the famous underground mine tour and do some souvenir shopping afterwards. There are lots of cafes and restaurants too so you will not go hungry when getting around.
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Info: Havlíckovo námestí 552 284 24 Kutná Hora
Tel: 327 710 111
Fax: 327 710 106
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