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Former Royal Mint and Royal Palace from 14. century. Italian Court was economic center for Central Europe. Guides in historical costumes will show you how to make coins and where king was staying during his stay in Kutna Hora.
Hours Today: 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
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Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
Havlichkovo namesti 552/1, Kutna Hora 284 01, Czech Republic
This is where coins were minted. The tour guide lets you mint your own using tools similar to those used hundreds of years ago. Only you make them from Aluminum blanks, not silver. So, you won't get rich but the tour covers the history of...More
We had a private tour and enjoyed very much. The mayor now occupies a portion of the building. At one time though it was a palace and Central Mint of Prague. Sliver was minded into the 15th/16th century. There is a demonstration of the minting...More
It is just a courtyard with buildings around it but in its heyday during the medieval ages, it was the center of the Czech economy. This was the location of the Royal Palace and the Royal Mint where the silver was minted into coins.
Go a full tour with a guide it’s worth
Experienced the history of silver mining and coin making
Also got a chance to make a coin by myself
The court it so beautiful and detailed
The view is beautiful Don’t miss to see the comps