En route to Prague, we stopped by a town in the Czech Republic called Kutna Hora.
We were only there for an hour, primarily to see the Ossuary (bonehouse) which is a small church decorated with the bones of 40,000 to 70,000 people.
The church was rather creepy, especially with the mounds of skulls and the chandelier made out of what I think were arm/leg bones.
After our three days in Berlin and before we visited Kutna Hora, we stopped in the German town of Dresden.
It was heavily bombed by Allied forces during World War II.
The city has almost entirely been restored and is very pretty, particularly the Zwinger Palace.
We only had a couple of hours to explore the town so we had lunch first before walking around the palace grounds.