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- Brno and surroundings (12)
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The ghetto consisting of two small squares and several streets is documented in the 16th century. The synagogue probably resulted from a reconstruction of an older one in the 17th century. It was adapted...
Address: U Synagogy, Dolní Kounice
A simple early baroque building with a rectangular layout and right-angle presbytery. Following the middle of the 18th century it was reconstructed in the baroque style according to the plans of František...
Address: Kapucínské nám. 5, Brno
The second largest ossuary in Europe. The cemetery at the church of St. Jacob already existed at the beginning of the 13th century. Soon the capacity was not enough and thus an exchange system of burying...
Address: Jakubské náměstí, Brno
Shortly after its founding in 1181, the convent became a seat the Premonstratensians. It was burned down during the Hussite wars, and although restored, it ceased to exist in the following century. The...
Address: Růžová, Dolní Kounice
Early baroque cathedral. The Vranovsky nativity scene with mechanical power and a musical automat are found in the cathedral. The Liechtenstein crypt was completed by the emperor’s tomb in 1820.
Address: Vranov u Brna
It belongs among the oldest monasteries in Moravia. The original provost of the Břevnov Benedictines established in the middle of the 11th century, rebuilt into a baroque monastery with the Church of St...
Address: Klášter 1, Rajhrad
Porta Coeli - The Gate of Heavens in Předklášteří u Tišnova - was founded by Queen Constance as a Cistercian Convent in 1233. The convent was razed several times and even closed down during the centuries...
Address: Porta Coeli 1001, Předklášteří
Classical church by the architect Ferdinand Hetzendorf. This massive single-arcade building, decorated by stained-glass windows along the sides forms a unified block with a parish, which directly connects...
tel.: 544221587, 604280160
Address: Slavkov u Brna
The cornerstone of the Convent of Immaculate Conception of sisters of St. Clara Order was laid only recently - in 1995. Its rather large grounds are situated in the outskirts of the Soběšice urban district...
Address: Zeiberlichova 80, Brno - Soběšice
The Pilgrimage Church of the Virgin Mary Annunciation came into existence in 1804-6 by extension of the original chapel. A remarkable woodcarving of Madonna from the turn of the 14th and 15th century can...
The Cathedral of St. Peter and Paul (Petrov) is one of the dominating features of the city of Brno. A Norman church was originally on this site; in the 14th century, it was re-built in the Gothic style...
Romanesque church of St. Peter and Paul from the second half of the 12th century. It has a central layout with apses added to three sides. A prismatic tower was adjacent to the central area, which was...
tel.: 546451591, 731428365
Address: Řeznovice, Ivančice
It is the oldest Translyvania-Maramuresh type church, so-called Ruthenian Gothic, in the Czech Republic. The small church (half-timber structure), was purchased and transferred from Carpathian Ruthenia...
tel.: 515157087, 606702768
Address: Rodkovského 1140/7, Blansko
A gem of modern architecture and one of the few sacral building structures built during the Totalitarian regime. The extravagant building was designed by artist and architect Ludvik Kolek. The main feature...
Křtiny is one of the oldest and most memorable pilgrimage points of Moravia (first mentioned in 1237). The church with a dominant 30 m high central dome was built in place of two older Gothic churches...
tel.: 516439189, 736529221
There is a Baroque chapel with ground plan of Greek cross from 1679 and the Calvary with stations of the cross passing a camber of 110m above the town, on a high limestone hill called Kopeček ("The Hillock...
Built according to the plans of Karel Weinbrenner. Historicist red brick building of cut brickwork, predominantly with neo-gothic elements, which stands in open space. Above the entrance to the church...
tel.: 775966271, 724976571
Address: Hlavní 1, Břeclav
Address: Kostelní náměstí 2, Mikulov
The large monastery is one of the most significant places of pilgrimage in Moravia. It was built in the late Romanesque style in 1240s. A part of the monastery is the Basilica of the Virgin Mary Assumption...
Address: Stojanovo nádvoří 206, Velehrad
The Hill of Saint Anthony is a pilgrimage point from time immemorial. The hilltop is crowned with the Church of St. Anthony of Padua.
Address: Blatnice pod Svatým Antonínkem
Mini copy of the Lourdes cave with an altar made from Carrara marble, which was built by the local rector František Prášek. Thanks to it, five to six-thousand pilgrims came every day.
The building of Minorite origin, later a Franciscan monastery, was built during the course of the 13th century. In 1270 – 1297 the monastery served as a burial place for King Přemysl Otakar II. In 1534...
Address: Přemyslovců 8, Znojmo
Built as a part of the important borderline Přemyslov stronghold on the Dyje River during the reign of Břetislav I. It was most probably reconstructed in 1134 by Prince Konrád II, governor of the Znojmo...
tel.: 515282211, 515222311
Address: Hradní ul., Znojmo
Monumental building built in the form of three parallel arcades merged with a five-sided elongated presbyterium whose north side is adjacent to a two-storey sacristy. A high tower was additionally attached...
Address: Mikulášské náměstí, Znojmo
Originally a premonstratensian monastery founded in 1190 by Count Konrad Otto. For centuries the massive monastery complex was an important centre of far more than cultural life in southern Moravia. ...
tel.: 515267458, 606624648
Address: Melkusova 42/3062, Znojmo
Originally from the middle of the 13th century with a prism shaped tower. It once had ramparts and was later reconstructed in the high gothic style in the 15th century.