Here you can find interesting sights in Ostrava, 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 9 sights are available in Ostrava, Czechia.Back to the list of cities in Czechia
1. Církev československá husitská
Huss' Choir's Czechoslovakian Huss Church in Ostrava-Michalkovic is a church building on the southern edge of Michal Square in Ostravi-Michalkovic. The building plan was developed by Otmar Pazourek, a builder in Ostrava, Moravia. 10. In November 1924, the excavation of the construction of Huss Legion began. After the construction of a cellar, the cornerstone 17 was laid with the extraordinary participation of Michalkovice citizens. May 1925, commemorative certificate. The construction of the church itself faced significant financial problems, which adversely affected the length of the building. As a result, the place of worship for Christmas 1926 was held in an incomplete building. In mid-1927, the loan successfully ensured the completion of the building. The opening ceremony of the choir was held on the 11th. September 1927.
2. Galerie výtvarného umění v Ostravě
The Art Gallery in Ostrava, founded in 1952, is the oldest gallery in Ostrava. It follows the architectural and maintenance tradition of Moravia Ostrava Exhibition Hall in 1923. It is located at the Ostrava Art House. The first fund is the collection of Franti š ek Jure č ek, an Ostrava architecture and art collector. From 60. 20. Century Gallery began a large-scale acquisition campaign and expanded its art collection. At present, the gallery mainly displays the collection of Czech paintings. And 20. Century and sculpture 20. Century. In addition, there are graphic collections of ancient and modern European art. Collection quality lists the gallery as one of the top five collection institutions in Czech Republic. Gallery, etc. Owns one of the most important paintings in 20. Century, Judith, works by Gustav Klimt.
3. Dolní oblast Vítkovice
Lower Vítkovice (Czech: Dolní oblast Vítkovice) is a national site of industrial heritage located in the Vítkovice district of Ostrava in the Czech Republic. It includes an extensive industrial area Vítkovice ironworks with a unique collection of industrial architecture. A set of three successive parts - coal mine, coke ovens and blast furnace operations - also called Ostravian Hradčany, after Hradčany, the Castle District of Prague. The area is registered in the list of European cultural heritage, and was placed on the Czech Republic's list of tentative UNESCO World Heritage Sites in 2001 under the name The Industrial Complexes at Ostrava.
4. halda Ema
Hallda Ema is the conical hall of Ostrava in Ostrava, Silesia, on the right bank of the Ostravice River in the Moravian-Silesian region. Its top can be seen at an altitude of 325 meters. Meters, obviously the highest point in Ostrava. As a result of combustion, subsidence and mining activities, Emy's heap height dropped by 312 to 315 metres. Halda is a popular tourist destination with dense forests and views of Ostrava and its surrounding towns and villages, Beskydy, Low Jesen í k, Moravia Gate and Poland.
5. Důl Michal
The Michal Mine known by its Czech name Důl Michal in Ostrava-Michálkovice, in the Czech Republic is a museum of mining located in the pit bank of a former coal mine. The museum is an Anchor point on the European Route of Industrial Heritage. The buildings have been preserved as they looked at the turn of the 20th century; the area was declared a National Cultural Landmark in 1995.
6. Svatého Josefa
St. Joseph Church, whose patrons are St. Josef and Virgin Mary Karmelska, stand on the hill southeast of the then settlement Polská Ostrava, on the former imperial road from Ostrava, through Těrlicko to Těšín, and occupies the most beautiful place in the village. Today, this church is in the cadastre and in the City District of Slezská Ostrava.
7. Evangelický Kristův kostel
The Evangelical Church of Christ in Ostrava is a church built between 1905 and 1907 in a historicizing style of freely inspired Romanesque and Gothic style. The building, also called the Red Church, is one of the important Ostrava monuments, on May 3, 1958 it was included in the Central List of Cultural Monuments of the Czech Republic.
8. Slezskoostravský hrad
Silesian Ostrava Castle is a castle in Ostrava, in the northeastern Czech Republic. It was originally built in the 1280s near the confluence of the Lučina and Ostravice rivers. The castle was built for military purposes due to its proximity to the Polish border.
9. svatý Václav
The Church of St. Wenceslas is one of the oldest and most important cultural and historical monuments in Ostrava. It is a three-nave building with adjacent chapels and a Gothic tower, once topped with Renaissance battlements and now a Baroque onion dome.
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