One of the most important monuments in Kutná Hora in Central Bohemia, Italian Court (Vlašský dvůr), has its home in Kutná Hora.
The history of Vlašský dvůr dates back to the end of the 13th century, later a stone fortress and a royal castle were built here. Today, in addition to the town hall, it is home to the Museum of the Unveiling of the Mysterious Face of Kutná Hora and the Felix Jenewein Gallery.
The museum displays real crimes and vices from the Silver Rush era in Kutná Hora, with over 50 unique exhibits on display, which were used to torture and punish the guilty. Visitors can also see images of Hussite battles and a photographic exhibition of Kutná Hora.
As part of a guided tour of the Vlašský dvůr - a choice between a shorter and a longer route - those interested can visit an exposition of coinage and the royal palace with a unique Gothic Art Nouveau chapel.
In the museum ticket office, you can buy small souvenirs and hand and machine minted coins.