5 Sights in Šumperk, Czechia (with Map and Images)

Here you can find interesting sights in Šumperk, 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 Šumperk, Czechia.

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1. Klášterní kostel Zvěstování Panny Marie

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Klášterní kostel Zvěstování Panny Marie Martin Vavřík / Public domain

The Church of the Annunciation of the Virgin Mary in Šumperk was part of the Dominican monastery, which was founded at the end of the 13th century. The original Gothic form of the temple was wiped out after a series of rebuilding. Its today's Baroque appearance is the result of reconstruction after a fire in 1669, the side chapel of St. John of Nepomuk was added around 1730. Extremely valuable Baroque furniture was created from the second half of the 17th century to the mid -18th century. From this period also comes the frescoes of Uničov painter Ignác Oderlický in the side chapel of St. John of Nepomuk. In 1784 Emperor Joseph II. The Šumperk Dominican Order canceled. The monastery was rebuilt into a barracks. The church is owned by Šumperk. The renewal of the church began in 1990. The church was declined and since April 2005 it has served the public for cultural and social purposes. In 1958 the monastery area with the church was registered in the list of cultural monuments.

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2. Vlastivědné muzeum v Šumperku

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The National Museum of the Johumperk is the most important and largest museum in the Johumperk area. It is a venue for various exhibitions, including its permanent exhibitions and lectures. More than 120,000 items found in the museum are registered in the register of the Collection Center of the Ministry of Culture. In 2014, 26 exhibitions and lectures were held, such as fossils such as the fossils from northern Moravia and from the Great War.

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3. Farní kostel svatého Jana Křtitele

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Farní kostel svatého Jana Křtitele Martin Vavřík / Public domain

The Church of St John the Baptist in Thurumperk was built in 13 years. Century. After Baroque reconstruction, the town was set on fire in 1669. In a rare cross plan area, a monument to Baroque architecture, using primitive Gothic architecture, is built in Gothic towers. An important part of urban design in the core of a city. In 1964, he was registered in the cultural relics.

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4. kostel svaté Barbory

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kostel svaté Barbory Martin Vavřík / Public domain

The Church of Santa Barbara in š umperk is a Baroque building, built in 1753, in the orchard of Jirask, on the territory of the former city cemetery. The frescoes were created in 1755 by a monographer named Ignac Odlek.

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5. chrám svatého Ducha

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chrám svatého Ducha Martin Vavřík / Public domain

The Church of the Holy Spirit is an Orthodox church in Šumperk. It is the youngest church in the Šumperk district, it was built in the Byzantine style with the contribution of the Greek Orthodox Church in 1993–1998.

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