Kutna Hora is a historic royal town in central Czech Republic. At one time the town rivaled Prague in power and importance, chiefly because of the silver mines. Now they have a medieval festival every year, where they pay homage to the role of silver.
A falconer--with the impressive and unique cathedral in the background:
The King and Queen with their entourage:
One of the many miner-related works of art in the cathedral (the man is wearing the traditional white robe of miners--which you can also wear to go on the awesome underground mine tour):
And, of course, Kutna Hora is also famous for its ossuary (also called the Bone Church). Yes, these are real bones. No, it's not as morbid as it seems:
If you want to go to the festival, which takes place every year in June, here's the website: http://www.stribreni.cz/the-royal-silvering-of-kutna-hora
It's also a great place to visit other times of the year.