Znojmo (Czech pronunciation: [ˈznojmo]; German: Znaim) is a major town in the South Moravian Region of the Czech Republic, the administrative capital of the Znojmo District. It is the historical and cultural centre of southwestern Moravia.
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Even though the Rotunda doesn't look like anything special from the outside, it's definitely worth the fee and the waiting time. The 15 min. or so one is allowed to stay is simply hard to describe in words. It justifies the trip to Znojmo, which otherwise is a quiet, average border town.
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We only had time to venture a little bit into the national park during our Znojmo visit, but we already want to go back there. There are lots of hiking options, great views from the hilltops, and calming nature all around. Simply great.
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Late-Gothic style, roof with 9 turrets (originally was covered in Slate, local Builder Mikuláš from Sedlešovice) 79.5 metres heigh, masonry 68,60 meters high, built on a rock with foundations up to 3 meters deep, most of the supporting beams of the roof trusses are over 500 years old and are still the original. After some renovations the slate roof was 1592 replaced by a copper one. In 1594 masonry restored, new gallery painted in dark colour. End of WW II on 20 april 1945 during an air attack the South side of the tower was damaged, extensive repair early 1950. The originally open gallery was then closed with wooden planks with small Windows and the main tower dome restored. From the Gallery a magnificent Panorama over the Czech-Moravian Highlands and Pálavské Mountains (part of the Carpathian Mountains), on a clear day one can even spot the peaks of the Austrian Alps
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The Underground has four circuits. One is a classical (totally easy, suitable even for small children) and three are adrenalin circuits. In my openion, the most beautiful tour is the circuit no 2, which is moderately challenging, but every healthy individual can cope with it. Number 3 is extreme, suitable only for physically fit individuals, because most of the time you spend on your knees or belly.
The entire tour is accompanied by a humorous interpretation of history.
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Almost all city walls along the edge of the historic centre remained preserved, the masonry in its original shape consists of more than 10 towers and strongholds. A part of this city wall starts from Jezuitské náměstí amplification belt via ulici Dvořák to náměstí Svobody towards former Horním předměstí (upper city suburb). From this romantic balcony-angle of the main castle defensive belt one can admire the deep Gránice valley, here stood the massive cylindrical tower and other massive artillery strongholds, hence one can descend towards the trough of the Castle to the streets in the modern part of the city.
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The building of this museum was in 1878 originally built as a pump station. On a surface of nearly 500 m2: 40 cars, 15 motorcycles and 35 old bikes from 1950: only Czech production. The exhibition underlines the complementary exhibitions: petrol and oil measuring systems, enamelled advertising signs, directional signs, geomorphology, a collection of oil cans, ignitors, and many other additional articles related to the 1930s. Periodic clothing of traffic drivers, vendors, passengers, pedestrians and accessories of yesteryear, police pamphlets, historical and technical cards, photos, archival documents, etc. In the near future enlargement of the outside collection, such as steam engines and stable engines. For the younger visitors "renewed" children’s test models, taxi driver, as well as periodic toys, etc.
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In the lower part the Church of St. John the Baptist with the capuchin Monastery established in 1628 in the presence of Emperor Ferdinand II. In the monastery wall the Mount of olives chapel from 1754. On the square with a Baroque plague pillar (1679) image of the Madonna and statues of St. Sebastian, St. Roche, st. Florian, st. Nicholas and hl. Rosalia. At the upper part of the square were the controversial (1969, architect Bohuslav Fuchs) House Thaya and the late Gothic town hall tower from 1445 as well as stately Renaissance and Baroque facades line the Masaryk Square.
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Baroque plague pillar (column) in the lower part of the Masaryk square, built 1679-1682 as a reminder of the 778 Znojmo victims who died due to the plague epidemic and other diseases. On the top the image of the Madonna, on the pedestal of the pillar statues of sv. Šebestiána (St. Sebastian), sv. Rocha (St. Rocha), sv. Floriána (St. Florian) and sv. Mikuláše (St. Nicholas). The minor Capuchin (Ordo Fratrum Minorum Capucinorum, Friars Minor Capuchin), who’se monastery covers the southern part of the square, showed exceptional courage and self-sacrifice in helping the suffering.
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