Italian Court

Havlíčkovo náměstí 552
Kutná Hora, 284 01

The monument is accessible for reduced admission

Monument will be open: 17.9.2022 to 18.9.2022: from 9:00 to 18:00 hours

You can visit the Royal Mint for a reduced admission fee of CZK 10. The possibility of minting Prague groschen can be purchased at the ticket office for CZK 60.

Accompanying events

Museum of Kutná Hora Legends, Ghosts and Haunts - open on 17 and 18 September 2022 for a reduced admission fee of CZK 50 from 9:00 am to 6:00 pm.

A guided walk through the town - "HISTORKOVNÉ" (stories) on 17 and 18 September 2022. Meet at 10:00, 13:00 and 16:00 in the courtyard of Vlašský dvůr. Participants will go on a guided, costumed walk through the town, ending in front of St. Barbara's Cathedral. Entrance fee 100,- CZK, duration approx. 1,5 hours, maximum number of participants 30 people at one time.

Responsible person
Name: Věra
Family name: Janatová
Phone: 327710207
The beginnings of the Italian Court, a complex of the former mint, with a royal palace and chapel, reach back to the reign of King Wenceslas II in 1283-1305. The mint consisted of smithies surrounding a courtyard, and the minting chamber called Preghaus, where the Prague groschen were minted. At the beginning of the 15th century, King Wenceslas commissioned the construction of state rooms and residential premises, with a tower and chapel, and royal treasures were moved here. The complex includes the Royal Audience Hall, where the Decree of Kutná Hora was issued in 1409 and changed the representation of nations in the bodies of Charles University of Prague to the benefit of the Czechs. Wladyslaw Jagiello was elected King of Bohemia here in 1471.
nádvoří Vlašský dvůr

Sdružení historických sídel
Čech, Moravy a Slezska

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