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The beautiful Cathedral of Our Lady in Sedlec is a UNESCO World Heritage site! A short walk from the Sedlec Ossuary it is worth a quick visit!! Go up the spiraling staircase to see how the old roof was constructed. Never ceases to amaze me...More
When you enter and after you pay you are given a sheet in English that describes the highlights. There is a spiral staircase that allows you to go upstairs and see how the roof of the cathedral was made. There is a nice pipe organ...More
The Church of the Assumption of Our Lady and Saint John the Baptist is a cathedral and UNESCO building in Kutna Hora. It’s about 5 minutes walk from the much more popular and touristy Sedlec Ossuary. It’s also a lot quieter than the ossuary, which...More
The cathedral happened to be free the day we visited. While the inside of the cathedral is not as elaborate as others we viewed during our trip, it had good panels explaining the art work (and the restoration process) and the building. One of the...More
Having stayed in Kutna Hora we visited this beautiful Cathedral.
Started to build in the 12th century for Cistercian monks. It has been rebuilt several times throughout the centuries.
Beautifully restored for its former glory.
Visitors can explore it on their own space.
I bought the combined ticket for this and the Ossuary at the Sedlec information office. By showing I was over 65 I also got a good discount. Over the years there has been much damage and restoration here and the building looks really amazing. It...More
Some stunning and huge artworks housed within this Cathedral. Beautiful vaulted ceilings from below and they have set up a walkway in the attic so that you can walk through to see them and the roof space from above and just under the roofline (eerie...More