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Technical monuments Technical monuments.
Boleslav Tecl Planetarium. Boleslav Tecl Planetarium

Astronomical observatory designed primarily for organizing popular instructional programs with an astronomical theme, observing the solar photosphere, observing the night sky.

Address: Jevíčská 1330/60, Moravská Třebová
Industrial Museum Mladějov. Industrial Museum Mladějov

The grounds of a former clayworks, exhibits industrial machinery and equipment from the neighbouring narrow-guage track with a space of 600 mm offering an attractive means of transportation during the summer season in Hřebeč.

Address: Mladějov č.121, Mladějov na Moravě
Jevíčko - ""Hitler's Highway" bridge
Address: Jevíčko
Jevíčko - ""Hitler's Highway" bridge. Jevíčko - ""Hitler's Highway" bridge

Remains of so-called “Hitler’s exterritorial highway” that was to connect Wroclaw and Vienna. The name was derived from the fact that while it was to run through Czechoslovak territory, it was to belong to the German Reich. Czechoslovak citizens could also use the highway but could only enter at certain points with customs stations. The bridge construction was designed in a monumental antique style with the aim of showing who the leading power in Europe was and to what tradition the current empire, the third, was connected. The course of the Second World War did not allow the project to be completed.

Address: Jevíčko
Rumpál's well Mařín - well. Rumpál's well Mařín - well

Mařín settlement was founded in 1790 and in that very same year work started on the municipal well, which was completed in 1793, when the first settlers acquired their land. The well was approximately 30 metres deep at the time and was deepened even further to its current state of 68,5 metres in 1824 due to a frequent lack of water. The well is lined with natural stone to a depth of 30 metres and its deeper part is lined with excavated rock. Current restoration tried to get as close to the way it looked in the period after World War I, and installed a window for additional light.

Address: Jevíčko, Mařín
searched items: 5
Memorials and monuments Memorials and monuments.
Calvary. Calvary

Three crosses and the Baroque sculpture of the Virgin Mary and St. John with two angels. The author of the sculpture is Jiří Pacák. The Stations of the Cross includes four Baroque chapels.

Address: Moravská Třebová
(Galerie barokních soch). (Galerie barokních soch)
Address: Kunčina
Gateway of time. Gateway of time
Address: Gorazdova, Moravská Třebová
(Hrob Anny Gromesové). (Hrob Anny Gromesové)
Address: Křížový vrch, Moravská Třebová
(Hroby rodiny Wondrovy). (Hroby rodiny Wondrovy)
Address: Křížový vrch, Moravská Třebová
(Kamenná socha). (Kamenná socha)
Address: Radkov
(Lapidárium). (Lapidárium)
Address: Křížový vrch, Moravská Třebová
(Lichtenštejnský pamětní kámen). (Lichtenštejnský pamětní kámen)
Address: Rychnov na Moravě
Monument to the fallen. Monument to the fallen
Address: Linhartice
Napoleon War Memorial. Napoleon War Memorial

The memorial that replaced the original crucifix was consecrated in 1910. It took several days to transport the block-shaped memorial to the final site using wooden rollers. The memorial is devoted to fallen soldiers from 1813-1814. The work was restored in 2000.

Address: Červený kopec, Jevíčko
(Památník osvobození)
Address: Svitavská, Moravská Třebová
(Památník paravýsadku). (Památník paravýsadku)
Address: Přední Arnoštov
(Pomník Adolfa Cihláře)
Address: Komenského, Moravská Třebová
(Pomník Eduarda Kasparidese). (Pomník Eduarda Kasparidese)
Address: Moravská Třebová
(Pomník lásky). (Pomník lásky)
Address: Křížový vrch, Moravská Třebová
(Pomník letců)
Address: Jevíčko
(Pomník padlým I. světové války). (Pomník padlým I. světové války)
Address: Koruna
(Smutný hrob). (Smutný hrob)
Address: Křížový vrch, Moravská Třebová
(Socha Bedřicha Smetany)
Address: Moravská Třebová
(Socha Fridricha Schillera)
Address: Moravská Třebová
(Socha T.G. Masaryka)
Address: Palackého náměstí, Jevíčko
(Sousoší Kristus na Olivetské hoře). (Sousoší Kristus na Olivetské hoře)
Address: Moravská Třebová
(Sousoší Loučení Krista s Pannou Marií). (Sousoší Loučení Krista s Pannou Marií)
Address: Moravská Třebová
searched items: 23
Ruins Ruins.
Cimburk - castle ruins. Cimburk - castle ruins

Ruins of a castle founded at the turn of the 13th century. The castle was built as the residence of the Lords of Cimburk. Over the centuries the castle changed owners numerous times. In 1645 the Swedes conquered Moravia and following their departure the castle began to fall into disrepair. By 1776 the castle was already entirely abandoned; ten years later the castle burned after being hit by lightening. Preserved today are remnants of the peripheral walls of the castle itself, the fortification walls, tower, and the fore-castle gates. The castle took its name from the crenelation on the coat of arms of the Lords of Lipnice. During archaeological research at the site a true treasure of 2,500 silver coins from the 13th century was found. These are now deposited at the National Museum.

Address: Městečko Trnávka
Plankenberk - castle ruins. Plankenberk - castle ruins

Construction of the castle began after 1352. In 1361, Moravian Margrave Jan received the unfinished castle and after completion he eneamed it after the building method Plankenberg (in translation "Beam mountain" Planke mean lath or beam). The castle is situated on a hill surrounded by two streams that run below the castle and flow into the brook Nectava. In 1422 the castle was probably seized and burned by the Crusaders. Today you can see ramparts, parts of walls and you can still recognise the castle well today.

Address: Biskupice
Radkov - castle remains. Radkov - castle remains

Ruins of a castle likely from the 13th century that earlier guarded the trade route through the Třebůvka River valley; the site is shrouded in mystery even for historians as there are no traces of a building, there is a massive wall protecting one side but no side walls, etc. A Slavic settlement from the 10th and 11th centuries originally stood on the site. According to one version of history the castle, as the residence of a marauding knight, was razed by troops of Czech King Václav II in 1286, along with the nearby Hřebeč, Mladějov, Hoštejn, Žichlínek and Hradisko u Moravské Třebové castles. The castle was favourably situated on a promontory over the river, had a large fore-castle area, and was protected by a 9 metre wide moat and rampart. A second castle moat was carved directly from the rock; behind it are remnants of a gabled 2.8 metre wide castle wall.

Address: Radkov
Vraní Hora - castle remains. Vraní Hora - castle remains

The castle was likely built in the first half of the 14th century; during the Hussite Wars it was apparently damaged, as in 1497 the castle is listed as being abandoned. The castle stood on the edge of a promontory and is separated from the surrounding terrain by a 7 metre deep moat and projecting rampart. Preserved today are remnants of walls, the rampart, and the moat.

Address: Vranová Lhota
searched items: 4
Plague, marian and trinity columns Plague, marian and trinity columns.
Jevíčko - Plague pillar. Jevíčko - Plague pillar
Address: Náměstí Palackého, Jevíčko
Plague column
Address: Chornice
Plague column
Address: Moravská Třebová
searched items: 3
Museums, galleries, and open-air museums Museums, galleries, and open-air museums.
Arcade Museum. Arcade Museum
Address: Horní 7, Moravská Třebová
Dagmar Arts and Crafts Gallery. Dagmar Arts and Crafts Gallery
Address: Karla Čapka 4b, Moravská Třebová
Industrial Museum Mladějov. Industrial Museum Mladějov

The grounds of a former clayworks, exhibits industrial machinery and equipment from the neighbouring narrow-guage track with a space of 600 mm offering an attractive means of transportation during the summer season in Hřebeč.

Address: Mladějov č.121, Mladějov na Moravě
Křenov Rectory Museum. Křenov Rectory Museum
Address: 29, Křenov
Military School Museum
Address: Jevíčská 175/7, Moravská Třebová
Moravská Třebová - chateau. Moravská Třebová - chateau

The chateau is located in the centre of the town on the site of the original castle from the 13th century. The structure was underwent substantial reconstruction at the end of the 15th century and in the first half of the 17th century. In 1840 a destructive fire swept through the town. The castle was destroyed to such an extent that it had to be razed, while the chateau was restored in the Classicist style. A unique element is the portal from 1492, which is considered one of the oldest Renaissance relics north of the Alps.

Address: Zámecké nám. 1, Moravská Třebová
Municipal museum. Municipal museum
Address: Komenského nám. 169, Jevíčko
Museum of Moravská Třebová. Museum of Moravská Třebová

Homeland study type of museum. What is unique is the non-European collection containing Ancient Egyptian monuments. The museum was established in the 1970s. It is housed in a building originally built for this purpose in 1904-1906, which is surrounded by a park. The building serves for other cultural and social events as well (headquarters of the organisation Cultural Services of Moravska Trebova City).

Address: Svitavská 315/18, Moravská Třebová
searched items: 8
Jewish monuments Jewish monuments.
Jevíčko - remnants of Jewish cemetery. Jevíčko - remnants of Jewish cemetery

The new cemetery from 1836 was in the 70s of the 20th century adapted into a park. There is only a symbolic group of tombstones.

Address: Jevíčko
Jevíčko - Jewish ghetto, synagogue. Jevíčko - Jewish ghetto, synagogue

At the beginning of the Jewish settlement Jews did not live in a special ghetto but owned homes, for example, on the main square. They were concentrated in a ghetto starting, most likely, in the mid-17th century. The Jewish Quarter stretched north from the square; remnants are preserved until today in reconstructed buildings. The original synagogue, probably wooden, burned to the ground during a fire in the town in 1747. The new synagogue was built in the Classicist style in 1792-1794 from stone from the razed parish church; in 1907 the synagogue received Secessionist modifications. Starting in 1951 it was used as a Hussite church and today serves as a concert and exhibition hall.

Address: Soudní ulice, Jevíčko
searched items: 2
Tourist attractions Tourist attractions.
Fountain torsos
Address: Moravská Třebová
Jevíčko - city walls. Jevíčko - city walls

Remains of oval-shaped, 1 km long Gothic fortifications that enclosed the centre of the medieval town. The walls were built in the 14th century in place of old palisades. The fortifications were last renovated in the 16th century, when they included four gates oriented in all four directions. As late as 1768 the gates were opened at daybreak and closed one hour after sunset.

Address: Jevíčko
Steps of the deceased. Steps of the deceased
Address: Moravská Třebová
searched items: 3
Statues, memorials, commemorative plaques Statues, memorials, commemorative plaques.
Calvary. Calvary

Three crosses and the Baroque sculpture of the Virgin Mary and St. John with two angels. The author of the sculpture is Jiří Pacák. The Stations of the Cross includes four Baroque chapels.

Address: Moravská Třebová
(Galerie barokních soch). (Galerie barokních soch)
Address: Kunčina
(Hrob Anny Gromesové). (Hrob Anny Gromesové)
Address: Křížový vrch, Moravská Třebová
(Hroby rodiny Wondrovy). (Hroby rodiny Wondrovy)
Address: Křížový vrch, Moravská Třebová
(Jahnův kámen). (Jahnův kámen)
Address: Moravská Třebová
(Kamenná socha). (Kamenná socha)
Address: Radkov
(Lapidárium). (Lapidárium)
Address: Křížový vrch, Moravská Třebová
(Lichtenštejnský pamětní kámen). (Lichtenštejnský pamětní kámen)
Address: Rychnov na Moravě
Monument to the fallen. Monument to the fallen
Address: Linhartice
(Památník osvobození)
Address: Svitavská, Moravská Třebová
(Památník paravýsadku). (Památník paravýsadku)
Address: Přední Arnoštov
(Pomník Adolfa Cihláře)
Address: Komenského, Moravská Třebová
(Pomník Eduarda Kasparidese). (Pomník Eduarda Kasparidese)
Address: Moravská Třebová
(Pomník lásky). (Pomník lásky)
Address: Křížový vrch, Moravská Třebová
(Pomník letců)
Address: Jevíčko
(Pomník padlým I. světové války). (Pomník padlým I. světové války)
Address: Koruna
(Povodňové desky). (Povodňové desky)
Address: Moravská Třebová
(Smutný hrob). (Smutný hrob)
Address: Křížový vrch, Moravská Třebová
(Socha Bedřicha Smetany)
Address: Moravská Třebová
(Socha Fridricha Schillera)
Address: Moravská Třebová
(Socha T.G. Masaryka)
Address: Palackého náměstí, Jevíčko
(Sousoší Kristus na Olivetské hoře). (Sousoší Kristus na Olivetské hoře)
Address: Moravská Třebová
(Sousoší Loučení Krista s Pannou Marií). (Sousoší Loučení Krista s Pannou Marií)
Address: Moravská Třebová
searched items: 23
Nature monuments and reservations Nature monuments and reservations.
Dlouholoučské stráně - nature preserve. Dlouholoučské stráně - nature preserve
Address: Dlouhá Loučka
Hradisko - natural sight. Hradisko - natural sight
Address: Moravská Třebová
(Pod skálou) - natural sight
Address: Kunčina
Rohová - nature preserve. Rohová - nature preserve

The reservation protects large natural beech and scree woodlands holding numerous protected and endangered species of flora and fauna.

Address: Boršov
searched items: 4
Listed zones and reservations Listed zones and reservations.
Jevíčko - town monument zone. Jevíčko - town monument zone
Address: Jevíčko
Moravská Třebová - urban conservation area. Moravská Třebová - urban conservation area

Moravská Třebová was founded as a typical colonization town in the 13th century. Significant monuments include the castle gate from 1492, which is the oldest Renaissance monument in the country as well as the only part of the original castle to survive the fire, the Calvary sculpture on nearby Křížový Hill, the plague pillar on the square, and the Gothic-Renaissance Church of the Virgin Mary.

Address: Moravská Třebová
searched items: 2
Chateaux and castles Chateaux and castles.
Jaroměřice - chateau. Jaroměřice - chateau
Address: Jaroměřice 1
Jevíčko - small chateau. Jevíčko - small chateau

The small Renaissance chateau was built as a fortress in 1599 by Prokop and Jetřich Podstatský of Prusínovice. The current appearance of the building dates to reconstructions at the end of the 18th century.

Address: U zámečku 451, Jevíčko
Moravská Třebová - chateau. Moravská Třebová - chateau

The chateau is located in the centre of the town on the site of the original castle from the 13th century. The structure was underwent substantial reconstruction at the end of the 15th century and in the first half of the 17th century. In 1840 a destructive fire swept through the town. The castle was destroyed to such an extent that it had to be razed, while the chateau was restored in the Classicist style. A unique element is the portal from 1492, which is considered one of the oldest Renaissance relics north of the Alps.

Address: Zámecké nám. 1, Moravská Třebová
searched items: 3
Memorial trees and groups of trees Memorial trees and groups of trees.
(Borovice lesní) - memorial tree. (Borovice lesní) - memorial tree
Address: Biskupice
searched items: 1
Observation towers and sight-seeing locations Observation towers and sight-seeing locations.
Jevíčko - city tower. Jevíčko - city tower

The city tower, originally gothic, completed the city's defense system. It was built together with walls, you could also enter from the fortification. In 1593 it was increased in height to 50 m, equipped with a bulbous cupola, clock and a rare cymbal by bell maker Jan Beneš of Moravska Třebova. The bells from the nearby belfry were hung here in 1709. The largest has been preserved from 1509 weighing 1680 kg (cannons were cast from the others during both world wars).

Address: Kostelní ulice, Jevíčko
Pastýřka lookout tower. Pastýřka lookout tower

The proudly standing outlook tower at Pastviska (516 m above sea level) was designed by Antonin Olšina, who designed the well known covered outlook tower of Jára Cimrman in Březové nad Svitavou. The shepherdess is a wooden tower with a winding steel staircase and a reinforced concrete base. The tower is 27 m tall, the viewing platform is up at 25 metres.

Address: Moravská Třebová
Sentry Hill Observation Tower. Sentry Hill Observation Tower

The wooden observation tower with steel components in the shape of mining gallery reinforcements is 17 m tall. The viewing platform is located at a height of 14 m up and 67 steps lead to it. The observation tower offers a beautiful view of the northern part of the Boskovice Trench with Moravska Třebova and Pastvisko, Zábřežská Uplands and Lázek, a part of the Eagle Mountains, and even Králický Sněžník and the foothills of the Eagle Mountains with Lanškroun in favourable weather.

Address: Kunčina
Viewing platform above the mines. Viewing platform above the mines

The steel staircase, which you will descend has 124 steps to reach the prospect! The staircase consists of several flights anchored in marl rock face. From the terrace there is a nice view of the Moravskotřebovské basin.

Address: Moravská Třebová
Víska u Jevíčka - outlook tower

A structure made entirely of wood that originally served as a fire brigade tower to locate fires and to dry hoses.

Address: Víska u Jevíčka
searched items: 5
Fountains Fountains.
Jevíčko - fountain. Jevíčko - fountain
Address: Palackého náměstí, Jevíčko
Moravská Třebová - fountain. Moravská Třebová - fountain
Address: náměstí T. G. Masaryka, Moravská Třebová
searched items: 2

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Třebov fortification Třebov fortification

The well-preserved relief of remnants of the Gothic castle, which belonged to Frederick of Schönburg...

 

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