Sedlec Ossuary – Dead People Make the Most Fabulous DecorationsThe Sedlec Ossuary- or "Bone Church", located in the town of Kutna Hora, an hour or so from Prague, is amazing for two reasons. First, it's decorated with the bones of 70,000 dead plague infected humans. Do you really want to know the second reason?
Prague Metro – Photo FridayPrague Metro – the world’s coolest subway. Much like the Zizkov TV Tower that looms ominously over Prague, interiors of the city’s metro line subway stations definitely have that communist-era, modernist, architectural influence. Dimpled aluminium panels are applied to the curved station walls and ceilings, utilising a palette of warm anodised colours, varying from one station to the next. […]
Zizkov TV Tower Prague : World’s 2nd Ugliest Building?Zizkov TV Tower Prague – there is something amazing about viewing cities from a high vantage point, and the view from the Zizkov TV Tower in Prague is no exception. Rooftop observation decks, looking out the windows high up inside a skyscraper, or even climbing a conveniently located hill or mountain, I tend to seek out […]
Sedlec Ossuary, Kutna Hora, Czech Republic – Not Just a Big Ol’ Stack of Medieval Plague VictimsAt the Sedlec Ossuary, in the small town of Kutna Hora, Czech Republic, skulls and bones derived from as many as 70,000 human corpses have been artistically arranged to decorate the “bone church”, just a short Soviet-era train ride from the fairy-tale city of Prague, Czech Republic. Clearly, a death filled day trip too good […]