Kutná Hora was once famous for its silver mines and was one of the richest towns in the Czech lands. The city boasts a cathedral to rival that of St. Vitus in Prague. The town -on the UNESCO list of heritage sites - is also famous for its macabre bone church - a church decorated by a creative priest in the 19th century with sculptures made from human bones. Read more about Kutna Hora on NYU Prague Now!