Photogallery: CZ, Vamberk – Museum of Lace
CZ, Vamberk – Museum of Lace
heading (paragraph): Places Of Interest
No. of pictures: 37 pictures
The historical building of the museum has several floors full of lace products and works of art. Only the expert's eye knows what kind of lace there is. The methods of lace-making are quite a lot. The lace may be sewn, bobbin, crocheted, knitted, embroidered or machine-made, and each steady pattern has its specific name. Where the lace-making technique of the Venetians once discovered, it is not documented, but the lace has been cultivated in terms of technique and patterns.
Text and photos: Monika Babická
A little less than twenty kilometers from Hradec Kralove, the region capital, there is Jaromer, the town full of history.
This regional city is an honor to its region. It is really a gem among the cities. Or, at least, it seems to be.
When young Count Ervin Kinsky lost his fondness of former chateau, now called Stary Zamek, he intended to built a representative residence for the family. The construction of Novy Zamek took place between the years 1829-1833. The old Baroque-style chateau with two stories is separated from the gardens by royal road. It has remained the seat of the dominion.
At the foothills of the Orlické Mountains, visit the small town of Vamberk, which is famous for its bobbin lace. Perhaps you will be amused that one of its district goes by the name Peklo (Hell). Also, the mummy, which you may in the Broumov Monastery, comes from this place.
A small quiant town on the confluence of the Bela and the Divoka Orlice rivers boast an historic object of immense value, both historic and artistic. We talk about Castolovice Chateau and its vast English-style park, chateau animal pen, and a perserve with fallow deer. Be ready to spend an entire day on the residence of the House of Sternberk.
Častolovice is a picturesque town situated in East Bohemia, located close to Orlické Mountains, in an altitude of 268 metres above sea level, in eastern direction from Hradec Králové, and 35 kilometres distant from Pardubice. Thanks to its position, rich cultural and social life and sightseeings, Častolovice is a frequent target of many visitors.
First time I got into Hradec was when taking pictures in the Orlicke Mountains. It fell in love with the city instantly. I get off my car, looked at the First-Republic houses facades, looked at faces of several people and I knew that I wasn’t here for the last time.
Before the inhabitants of Hradec Kralove decide go to see nature beyond their city they should explore some of their boroughs. Novy Hradec Kralove offers everything what town people look for in the Orlice and Krkonose mountains – clean nature, forests, ponds, trails for bikers. There are also trails for people on wheelchair.
If you want to see how a life in fairy tale looks like head to the Julincino Valley and Hamernice village in the Orlické Mountains, near Rokytnice. There is an unforgettable walk along the river Ricek in the beautiful countryside and between the timbered buildings.
The English-style castle park was founded in the 19th century and the Renaissance chateau in the ...
An Empire-style structure from the first half of the 19th century which now houses a chateau cafe...
The Julincino valley and the hamlet of Hamernice have fairy tale like feeling. You will walk thro...