13 Sights in Český Krumlov, Czechia (with Map and Images)
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1. Lazebnický most
The Bridge of the Lazebnice Bridge is a construction work exceeding the Vltava River in Krumlov, South Bohemia. The Lazebnice Bridge connects Latrán with the Old Town, specifically Latrán and the Town Hall. The current appearance of the bridge dates back to about 1930s. The bridge stands on two stone supports and one central pillar, which forms the beginning of the island. On these supports are placed steel traverse on sliding bearings, which are covered with a wooden cover. In the middle of the bridge there is a statue of St. John of Nepomuk and crucifixion. It is written on the list of cultural monuments. In 1830, the footbridge, which connected both cities seriously damaged by Krama. Therefore, the bridge was built, but in which the Latran Gate near the Lazebnice Bridge was also pulled down. On the side of the Old Town, two gates stood behind. The first Most, was pulled down in 1860, the second inner called inner was demolished in 1942. The original form of bridging, then formed a simple wooden footbridge. On the side of the Old Town on the north side stood a pillar with a niche and a statue of St. John. In the middle there was a cross with crucifixion. The name Lazebnický bridge bears after a nearby lazbně in the house Latrán No. 1.
2. Městský pivovar
The Town Brewery is a Renaissance building of a former brewery founded by the municipality, located in Široká Street in Český Krumlov. The property consists of two houses. Široká Nos. 70 and 71. The second building was created by a Renaissance reconstruction of medieval houses in 1578–1605 according to a design by the Italian architect Domenico Benedetto Cometa of Eckthurs. The builder was Hans Haas. The building under house number 70 was then attached after the reconstruction of another house in 1875–1876 and served as a refrigerator. The building was rebuilt in the 70s of the 19th century and other buildings were added to it in Hradební Street. In the 90s of the 20th century, reconstruction took place.
3. Otáčivé hlediště
The Český Krumlov Revolving Auditorium is an originally designed auditorium of an open-air natural theatre, one of several well-known revolving auditoriums located in the garden of the Český Krumlov castle. Its history dates back to 1958, when it was promoted in the Czech Republic by the naturalized scenographer of Latvian origin Joan Brehms (1907–1995) together with the then director of the South Bohemian Theatre, Otto Haas. The operator of the Revolving Auditorium has been the South Bohemian Theatre with its seat in České Budějovice since its inception.
4. Museum Fotoateliér Seidel
Museum Photo Studio Seidel is located in Český Krumlov. The museum was founded in memory of Josef and František Seidel in 2008. These photographers created a unique collection of photographs of the southeastern part of Šumava, documenting not only the landscape and cities, but also the everyday life of the inhabitants, including the relations between Czechs and Germans in the first half of the 20th century. Josef Seidel is one of the most important photographers of his time.
5. Historic Centre of Český Krumlov
Český Krumlov is a town in the South Bohemian Region of the Czech Republic. It has about 12,000 inhabitants. It is known as a tourist centre, which is among the most visited places in the country. The historic centre with the Český Krumlov Castle complex is protected by law as an urban monument reservation, and since 1992, it has been a designated UNESCO World Heritage Site because of its well-preserved Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque architecture.
6. Zámecké barokní divadlo
The Castle Baroque theater in Český Krumlov is part of the Český Krumlov Castle, with the main buildings connected by a cloak bridge. The extent of the equipment and the state of maintaining the original Baroque theater is a leading monument of its kind on a world scale. The theater and its equipment, like the whole castle, is protected as a national cultural monument.
Wikipedia: Zámecké barokní divadlo v Českém Krumlově (CS), Website
7. Špitál svaté Alžběty
In the Middle Ages, the Hospital of St. Elizabeth was a complex of interconnected burgher houses Latrán No. 105, Věžní No. 99, 100, 101, 102, 103 and Budějovické Gate. The north wall is part of the city fortifications. The complex is registered as a UNESCO World Heritage Site within the historical center of Český Krumlov and is a protected monument.
8. Budějovická brána
The battle in Czech Krumlov took place between this town in South Bohemia. September 3 In October 1938, when Czechoslovak citizens, authorities and soldiers were attacked by Nazi militants before the official date for the closure of the town by the Czechoslovak Defence Force, they tried to seize power in the town.
9. Kostel sv .Jošta
The former church and hospital of St. Jošt in Český Krumlov is a building originally from the Gothic period, later rebuilt in Renaissance and Baroque styles. It is located at Latrán 6. The church is no longer used for spiritual purposes and houses a museum of marionettes.
10. Židovská synagoga
The synagogue, or Temple, is located in the town of Český Krumlov in the South Bohemian Region. It was built in 1909 in neo-Romanesque style with Art Nouveau elements. It was the first building in Austria-Hungary to use a reinforced concrete structure.
Traminer is the name of an area in Latrán in Český Krumlov. On one side it is surrounded by the Minorite monastery with the Church of Corpus Christi, on the other side it is surrounded by the houses of Latránská, Klášterní and Formanská streets.
12. Castle and Chateau Český Krumlov
Český Krumlov Castle is a castle in Český Krumlov in the South Bohemian Region of the Czech Republic. It dates back to 1240 when the first castle was built by the Vítkovci family, the main branch of the powerful Bohemian family Rosenberg.
13. Graphite Mine
The graphite deposit of Esk Ã © Krumlov is a tourist name and has been a non-mining graphite deposit of Esk Ã © Krumlov since 2003. The mine was established in 1975, making it the youngest graphite mine in the Czech Republic.
Wikipedia: Grafitový důl v Českém Krumlově (CS), Website, Facebook
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