While in Prague I decided to take a day trip to Kutna Hora, a town only an hour or so away by train and known for the Sedlec Ossuary, or The Bone Church.
I had viewed a number of images from inside the church before even heading off to the Czech Republic, so the place seemed a little less gruesome after seeing it in person. Bones, bones, and more bones. After getting my fill of death and dust, I decided to do a walk about town. There are a few other churches and a couple of Gothic structures there as well as old stone streets and buildings, doorways, and a park with a forest with a well taken care of path used by both bicyclists and hikers.
After leaving Sedlec and having lunch at a local eatery not far away, the town itself was very quiet and I only ran into maybe less than ten people the entire time I was there and two of them worked at the Cathedral of Saint Barbara.