Here you can find interesting sights in Český Dub, Czechia. Click on a marker on the map to view details about the sight. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 5 sights are available in Český Dub, Czechia.List of cities in Czechia Sightseeing Tours in Český Dub
1. Svatý Duch
The Roman Catholic Church of the Descent of the Holy Spirit in Český Dub, whose four-sided tower dominates the town, is a deanery church first mentioned in 1291. It was rebuilt in Renaissance style in 1530. During the occupation of the town by the Swedish garrison, the church burnt down in 1647. After another fire in 1694, it was rebuilt in the early Baroque style and gained its present appearance. In connection with the fire in 1713, the nave of the church was equipped with a barrel vault with lunettes. There was a cemetery around the church and St. Zdislava used to go to the hospital by its northern wall to be treated. The church is protected as a cultural monument of the Czech Republic.
2. Schmittův zámek
Schmitt's villa or Schmitt Castle in Český Dub in the Liberec Region is also registered with the adjacent park as a cultural monument in the central list of immovable cultural monuments of the Czech Republic. The conservation area of the former headquarters of the textile entrepreneur Franz Schmitt in the local part of Český Dub IV is also part of the Czech Dub City Heritage Zone, announced on 10 September 1992. Villa Franz Schmitt serves as a home for the elderly operated by the Municipal contributory organization Home of the Český Dub pensioners.
3. Nejsvětější Trojice
The Church of Holy Trinity in Bohemia-Dube is an early Baroque Santa building, located in the cemetery north of Bed ichSmetany Square, behind the front wall. Architecturally, Trinity churches, mortuaries and tombs of the Bohemian industrial family Schmitt also appear in a similar style, and these churches are also located in cemeteries. These buildings surround the cemetery, and the whole campus belonging to the city memorial area is surrounded by city walls. It is protected as a cultural monument of the Czech Republic.
4. Johanitská komenda sv. Zdislavy a Havla z Lemberka
The Johannite Commandery in Český Dub existed before 1260 and ceased to exist in 1425. Until the 90s of the 20th century, it was not known what was preserved from the commandery, until 1991 the small and large hall and chapel of John the Baptist were uncovered. Today, this collection represents a very good example of late Romanesque and Gothic architecture in the Czech Republic. Komenda is administered by the Podještěd Museum in České Dub; The chapel has been re-consecrated and thus serves liturgical purposes.
5. U tří svatých
Sculpture of the Faith with statues of St. John and St. St. Paul's Church, often referred to as the sculpture At the Three Saints, is located in Český Dub in the Liberec District south of the city center on the left bank of the Jedštědka River in the Český Dub III - Dolní Předměstí district. The Baroque sculptural group is registered as a cultural monument in the Central List of Immovable Cultural Monuments of the Czech Republic.
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