St. Jodoc church. Also called st. Josse or st. Jodocus. Former Church on the site of the original Chapel founded before 1334 by Petr I z Rožmberk and was part of a hospital built there by them. The Gothic constructions have been preserved, such as: Northern front, the top of the original church preserved in the loft of a neighboring House (Latrán No. 2) and the broken northern entrance portal. In 1596 reconstruction in Renaissance style (architect Domenico Benedetto Cometta of Eckthurn). In 1598 given to the Protestants, consecrated to the Holy Trinity, 1602 passed on to the Jesuits and afterwards consecrated to St. Jošt and St. Anna. In 1756 the tower got a 5th floor, the church was secularized and closed in 1787 due to reforms, its Interior was donated to churches in the region. Above an output an empty niche where once a Madonna from 1678 stood. The outbuildings are used commercially: clothing store, restaurant, also the puppet museum is housed in a building belonging to St. Jošt.
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