Churches/ Cathedrals in Cesky Krumlov

Churches & Cathedrals in Cesky Krumlov, Czech Republic

Churches & Cathedrals in Cesky Krumlov

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  • David D
    1,018 contributions
    The church itself was converted into apartments a very long time ago, however the tower can still be accessed by the public and gives some impressive views of the city.
    Written June 15, 2021
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  • David H
    26 contributions
    This place was well worth the climb, not only were the views really good the old couple that looks after the place gave us a tour and told us the history (in resemble English).

    They open it every Saturday and Sunday of the year come rain or shine and its well worth the climb up there for the history and views.
    Written July 7, 2018
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  • jeff1955malaysia
    Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia4,937 contributions
    it is an old and beautiful church build during the medieval times. the architecture and design is so beautiful with its tall tower.
    Written February 26, 2020
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  • vakantiejozef
    Olen, Belgium6,113 contributions
    In 1585 an urban cemetery was established at the left bank of the Vltava River. First served a wooden chapel which was demolished in 1620, however, due to the need of raw material to reinforce the town fortress in the context of the beginning of the thirty years ' war. It took until 1717 before a brick chapel was built, not far from the Jesuit hospital whose patients used the chapel. In 1892 the cemetery was abolished, the area is linked to the former Jesuit Garden, the present city park, the chapel was used until 1969 by the Czechoslovak Hussite Church as their place of worship. Note: it's interior is closed.
    Written July 24, 2012
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