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Sedlec Ossuary, Sedlec
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  • Very beautiful and interessting story. Facinating to see the chapel and the arrangement, also the grave yard outside the chapel is nicely arranged. Was worth the one hour train ride to see it. 
  • We went through Viator tour company and it was fabulous! The tour van picked us up at our hotel and even had free wifi. Gustav was our guide and was both informative and entertaining. Stops included t...  more »
  • As noted here before, a macabre oddity-- zillions (40000?) skeletons arranged in neat piles. People are rather strange sometimes! 
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  • Cool place to go and see but it's a lot smaller when you get there and crammed with people even on a weekday mor ing in early winter. Be prepared for a queue. Lots of people. And a short visit. Couple.of small gift shops nearby and a cafe but nothing much otherwise. Worth seeing for the novelty factor but don't expect it to use a day.
  • One of the most eerie but beautiful place i've seen. The place is full of skulls and skeletons of humans! This is the place that is a must see in Kutna Hora!
  • Macabre and beautiful. My Czech friends surprised me with this amazing bone house. I could have stayed here for hours just to take it all in. I feel... respect.
  • Small church full of bones. If you are thinking which one is more interesting Barbora or Ossuary. I would say Barbora... This place is worth to see. Once. No need to return back...
  • If you have never been to ossuary before, it is worth a visit. But if you have seen something similar (bones compiled into ornaments) do not bother to travel from Kutný Hora. Rather enjoy the city.