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Divadelni 148, Klatovy 339 01, Czech Republic
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History with a Ghoulish Touch

Historical catacombs, underground passages, rooms and ventilation. Filled with religious... read more

Reviewed 14 June 2017
Michael S
Barry, United Kingdom
Historic, educational, and provoking

Even if you're not religious aspects of this are certainly fascinating, first of all being the... read more

Reviewed 5 December 2016
Noah A
Omaha, Nebraska
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Divadelni 148, Klatovy 339 01, Czech Republic
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Reviewed 14 June 2017

Historical catacombs, underground passages, rooms and ventilation. Filled with religious artifacts, documents and most of all the mummified bodies of past Jesuits and townspeople.

Thank Michael S
Reviewed 5 December 2016

Even if you're not religious aspects of this are certainly fascinating, first of all being the science behind these naturally mummifying bodies in the 17th Century, second the hard work and knowledge by people of today to make the it open to the public while...More

Thank Noah A
Reviewed 13 September 2016

If you wish to know something about history of Klatovy town and his people this is the right place for you - Kdo se chce dozvědět více o rané historii Klatov a jeho obyvatel je toto místo právě pro něj.

Thank DavidCH72
Reviewed 2 September 2016

Although Klatovy town is a beautiful city, the catacombs are the main reason to come. The exhibition is excellent, not only showing the old monks mummies, but offers many interesting information about jesuits order, education, science and baroque live style. Fits to kids as well.

Thank wlody
Reviewed 31 August 2016

New exposition is installed in the original church crypt - the Catacombs. Can be see historical documents, objects, building models, water tank and the tomb of the Koc of Dobrs family. The reverent room, where the mummified bodies.

Thank d_titzova
Reviewed 8 July 2016

This attraction has been renovated with help from the European Union to a very high standard. The local language is very difficult but there are English information leaflets available. When you see how people lived and died hundreds of years ago in a setting that...More

1  Thank Drachsi
Reviewed 30 June 2016

If you are a fan of mummies, you have struck gold here. Several rooms offer many fascinating mummy displays. We send about an hour exploring the rooms and reading about the history. While we were there, a group of school children excitedly explored the location...More

2  Thank txnikster
Reviewed 11 April 2016

My expectations were for a dank, damp hole in the ground. The reality is completely opposite. The slightly cool and dry air is naturally ventilated, which is what allowed natural mummification of the bodies interred there. To give us tourists a good visit, the lighting...More

1  Thank Ontario76
Reviewed 8 April 2016

If you're traveling in the area or here for some event, make a trip to the Catacombs. It is an interesting part of history of the city and it's not every day you get to see real mummified people.

Thank The Punchline P
Reviewed 26 March 2016

Similar to Pilsen underground visit but with possibility to see the mummies. Whole place dates back to 1636.

Thank Lee_CZ
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