Jezuitská kolej. Only opened when the library is opened. The 480 ft. Baroque, oblong two-storey building was founded in 1655 as a part of the Jesuit complex (church, seminary, latin school). After dismission of the order in 1773 the building was owned by the 6th dragoon regiment 'Kolowrat', it was used as stalls. Various army units (mainly cavalry) used the building until 1990, when it was changed into a shopping centre. Within its gradual reconstruction the building became seat of the Town Library and part of the municipal office of the town.
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