Until these days there are notable the original directions of the roads, which led through here before the foundation of the town and led towards the residences of that time-the monastery in Sedlec a to the towns of Kolin, Caslav, Kourim, Prague. There were soil heaps and entryways to the mines due to the mining activities, which took then place in the territory of the town. The definitive plan view of the town has been created after the Hussite Wars together with new urban development and later it used to be corrected in connection with local town fires.

Kutna Hora has not had its central square until the end of the 18th century .on the area of the contemporary Palacky square used to stand the late gothic town hall, the second largest town hall complex in Bohemia. In 1770 the town hall burned down and five years later were its ruins taken off and the place was paved and named Panské (Manorial) square. In the 19th and at the beginning of the 20th century belonged to the main town promenade.

As the houses used to be signed by a house symbols, also the public areas of the townstreets and squares-were named after the kind of market, which used to take place there, and first in the 19th century were these names replaced by those of important people of the town or country. The main streets and market squares were already in the Middle Age paved by round stone, gained mainly by collecting in the bed of the Vrchlice River or in the fields, sometimes also the refuse of a stonepit was used.

The pavements began to be made at the end of the 19th century, at first only in front of important houses and later they were connected to a unified line. Also first in the 19th century the streets and squares begin to be lighted, at the beginning by oil lamps, later by paraffin lamps hanged on the houses and upon the establishment of the municipal gasworks in 1881 also by the gas oil lanterns. Since 1912, when the municipal power station was built, the public lighting was provided by electricity. The streets and squares are classified in alphabetical order in our archive.