|The Amazing Race pitstop in the Bones Church|
|My old school photos of the macabre display|
|The human bones chandelier in Kutna Hora|
|One of the unusual touches in the Bones Church|
|More human skulls than I expected to see at one time|
When I visited the church, I was told that in 1511 a half blind monk started to exhume the skeletons and stack their bones in the chapel. Then in 1870, a woodcarver named Frantisek Rint actually put the bones in the order we see them in now.
To check find out more and to check opening hours, the Bones Church in Kutna Hora has a website to help you plan your visit.
There’s a human skeleton on a bike, and alongside that, an exercise bike that you can ride on to power the skeleton’s one. As your own bones work, you get to see the skeleton’s ones moving which is as much fun for some adults as it is for kids.
|They have the skeleton of a person on a rearing horse, and at the more sedate end of the scale, another human skeleton is found in a rocking chair with a skeleton dog, cat, bird and rat beside them.|