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Walks through monument reserves

Jimramov Urban Monument Zone


Town Jimramov came into being probably as early as  the 13th century, at the confluence of the Svratka and Fryšávka rivers. The founder was apparently Jimram from Medlov and the town was probably named after him. The local Jan Karafiat brought fame to Jimramov. He used to say: "Hardly anybody else was born in such a ...

Krátká Vesnice Village Monument Reserve


Krátká began in the 18th century as a housing colony for workers. A series of wooden and brick structures with farm buildings has been preserved. Most of them feature gables arranged into the shape of a cross, with under-gable and flat hipped end. The Nature House of the Žďárské vrchy PLA is set to open in ...

Křižánky Village Monument Reserve


The Svratka River runs through this village, forming a natural boundary between Bohemia and Moravia. Křižánky is the Vysočina Region's richest monument reserve in terms of protected monuments. Small wooden structures and farmsteads extend into the local hills amongst quaint houses. Křižánky is known for its file-making ...

Nové Město na Moravě - Urban Monument Zone


The city's historical center is formed by the square Vratislavovo náměstí, lined by houses with Renaissance, Baroque and Classicist elements. Its greatest flourishing came during the late-16th century rule of Vratislav of Pernštejn. The Church of St. Kunhuta standing in the square's center features 1930s façade ...