The column of the Holy Trinity in Olomouc

Baroque column built in 1716 - 1754 shows the religiosity of the former bishop city. This monument connects the faith and architectonic art and aesthetics. Nowadays Olomouc is the second greatest historical town reserve in Czech republic. The most important monument is the cathedral of St. Václav (1109), which was rebuilt into a neogothic style in 1883 - 1890. Another monument which are worth to see are Přemyslovský palace, Hradisko (the biggest premonstratensian monastery in Europe) and fortified church of St. Mořic with world-known organ. In a little chapel at the square of St. Václav you can find the statues of Madonna (1483), one of the most priceless gothic statues in the whole Czech republic.

 
 
 
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