Town Hall

Town Hall, Vyssi Brod


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John M
Cork, Ireland149 contributions
PLEASANT A INFORMATIVE
May 2019 • Couples
We paid a brief visit to the town hall in Vyssi Brod and were welcomed by a well-briefed hostess who answered all of our questions, enlightened us on the source and route of the longest river in the Czech Republic - the Vltava - and explained the relevance of Czechia, Moravia and Bohemia in the modern Czech Republic.
Written May 22, 2019
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vakantiejozef
Olen, Belgium6,113 contributions
Houses the tourism information centre
Aug 2011 • Couples
The small building in the middle of the Park at the square was founded in 1525, three years before promotion of the Centre of monastic estates in the city. After adjustments in 1725 and in 1832 it got its contemporary double-shape in 1883 (Ing. František Karel). Currently it houses the tourist information centre where one can gather many leaflets and info about the city and its region. South of the town hall a stone fountain with a statue dated 1737 with pedestal of St Floris, Northern late Gothic stone pillory from the 17th century (on the pillory the inscription 1788), as well as a Tuscan column with a statue of St. Barbara (stood previous in the 18th century on the nearby cemetery of the St Bartholomew church).
Written June 23, 2012
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