Skulls & Bones
Everywhere you look in the dimly lit church you will see bones and skulls arranged in a variety of intricate displays. In the centre of the room are four main pillars which display a number of skulls and also contain religious carvings to remind you this is a Christian church. Above the four pillars is the centrepiece of the church, a large bone chandalier said to contain every bone in the body.
The walls, ceiling and altars all have artisitic displays created from human bones and skulls with one particular display featuring thousands of bones stacked from floor to ceiling. The church will get pretty busy most days so it's best to get there for when it opens if you want to see it while it's a bit quieter and if you want to take photos it's worth researching what permission you need and where to obtain it before you get there.
Visiting Kutna Hora
There are plenty of tours and day trips available from Prauge to visit Kutna Hora. If you'd rather get there yourself the train is probably the easiest option. We got the train straight from Prague station to Kutna Hora station and then it's only a short walk to the Church. You can find information on the Sedlec Ossuary here.
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