Photogallery: CZ, Lipnice nad Sázavou – Art Hidden in Forest
Places Of Interest
CZ, Lipnice nad Sázavou – Art Hidden in Forest
heading (paragraph): Places Of Interest
No. of pictures: 17 pictures
Let our today's photo gallery take you to the area of carved rocks above the flooded granite quarries located near Lipnice nad Sázavou. We will visit the Eavesdropping Memorial - Bretschneider's Ear, followed by the Mouth of Truth, Golden Eyes or other artistic gems. In the shade of the forest, we discover the beauty of nature and the view of the Middle Ages in the form of a beautiful castle of Lipnice.
Text and photos: Karol Kobella (www.karolkobella.sk)
Edited by: Infoglobe
About Jihlava we could hear in the news perhaps every day. It is quite obvious - Jihlava is the main city of region and it is no wonder that in a place that literally divides Bohemia and Moravia, and here and there a major ruckus. To be completely clear, where the border actually leads, Maria Theresa left in Jihlava "build" four boundary stones.
There are villages and villages. The village, where we take you this time is full of charm. There nearly seven hundred people lives. In the summer season, and even at its very end, when the weather is not as challenging, but there is more populous. Attraction for tourists is eponymous castle, respectively its very well preserved ruins and few fixed parts.
Lipnice castle was founded along merchant route from the town of Havlíčkův Brod to Humpolec. This fact brought to Lipnice unique position among Bohemian castles.
A little over two and a half thousand people live in the city called Golčův Jeníkov. The life of the city but it is not known. It is half-empty.
„Hlinik (Aluminium) moved to Humpolec “. This sentence about a classmate who was never seen by anybody but is omnipresent in the “Marecku podejte mi pero” movie by Sverak and Smoljak, made Humpolec famous in the eyes of the Czech nation.
There is a small, inconspicuous village of Kamen near Pelhrimov. About three hundred people live there and you would drive through it within two minutes. However, a castle appears in one curve. Today, it is a well-maintained Baroque-Renaissance building because of which you will stop on a pretty large parking lot below the castle.
Zacharias‘ of Hradec square in Telc is a gallery of Renaissance architecture with bits of Baroque. Dubbed Moravian Venice, Telc is surrounded by ponds which reached to the town walls. This made the town an unconquerable water fortress. Its historic core has basically preserved its Renaissance looks. This architectonic coherence helped it to be listed to UNESCO’s cultural heritage program in 1992.
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Near Pelhrimov on a cliff, there was built a Gothic castle in the half of the 13th century. After...