This path is directed to community history. The information table is placed near to most historical places of interest, which can bring you some concrete information. The church is most interesting monument (it is illuminatred in the night) being most expressive dominante of the community. This Baroque church was declared as culture monument in 1999. Quite important is also a tomb of Jan Ježíšek, local priest and friend of poet Peter Bezruč. He dedicated him one of his poems. This tomb is situated in so called Old cemetery, close to the church. Another interesting place, there is nature locality, known as Mořské oko (Sea Eye). It is probably inundated quarry, where the stone for construction of Domaslavice castle was obtained. In the neighbourhood of this path, Lučina river mouths into Žermanice dam. In 1995, the path was described in a guide, issued in 1995. This path is partially passable for cyclists. You can drive to pass this route at any time, except winter months.
Route length: 2,5 kms
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