First built in the 13C and greatly restored in the 19C, the Vlašský Dvur (Italian Courtyard) was first and foremost where Florentine experts taught the local inhabitants the art of minting coins. A few years later, Venceslas IV converted it into a royal palace and endowed it with a chapel adorned with a beautiful oriel window. At present it is home to a small museum that exhibits examples of coins minted within its walls.
Address:Havlíčkovo náměstí 52, 284 24 Kutná Hora
Phone:+420 327 512 873
Apr-Sep: 9am-6pm; Mar and Oct: 10am-5pm; Nov-Feb: 10am-4pm