One of the stops on our amazing honeymoon in Central Europe was a small Bohemian town of Cesky Krumlov in Czech Republic. Situated on Vltava river, it's a picturesque town that turned out to be a hidden gem. We enjoyed walking around the castle, chatting with the locals and canoeing down the river through the city. While going through the castle, I was surprised to find a small mint. Apparently a number of the ruling families minted coins at different times in castle's history. Here's some info from the tour: Below are some images of the displayed coins and dies, as well as the machinery shown in the room.