Khutna Hora is a city in the Central Bohemian Region of the Czech Republic.
The city centre is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
St. Barbara Church in Khutna Hora
St. Barbara is one of the most famous Gothic churches
in central Europe and is a UNESCO world heritage site.
St. Barbara is the patron saint of miners
- the wealth of Khutna Hora was based upon its silver mines.
Cathedral of Assumption of Our Lady
This baroque-style church is at Sedlec to the North East of Khutna Hora
Italian Court in Khutna Hora
The Italian Court - originally the Central Mint,
was named after the Italian experts at the forefront of minting reform.
The Italian Court became a part-time royal residence after its reconstruction at the end of the 14th century.
The building is now a museum of coin minting.
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