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Svornosti Square (Town Square)

The quadrangular shape, the distribution of houses on its side and the way it empties into the streets basically contours the state of the time of the foundation of the town in the Middle Ages. The façades and interiors of houses, however, bear traces of the centuries’ old development.

The main artistic landmark of the square is the plague column topped with the statue of the Virgin Mary and eight saints, the patron saints of the town and protectors against plague. In the upper row there are statues of St. Wenceslas, St. Vitus, St. John Evangelist, St.... more
Náměstí Svornosti 1
The broad façade of the town hall came into being after two older Gothic buildings were linked in the early 17th century, and the present two-level attic gable with vases was only built in 1796. There is... more