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The cellars were probably built in the 14th century. It was built to store food, drinks and hiding valuables.
First city prison was used since 1628 and it was in first floor. This place has been used as a city prison since 1850.
The original belfry was burned down in 1421. In the second part of 16. century was built a new one which is 40 meters high.
The single-nave Romanesque church was built by Prague bishop Jan I. It was rebuilt into a Gothic church in the 14th century.
The first mention is from 1406, but it was built earlier. At the time, it was one of the most important buildings and at the same time one of the ...
This church was built behind the city walls as a cemetery church. It served as a cemetery chapel until 1899, then the cemetery was abolished.
The Renaissance belfry was built in the 1660s. It is a one-story tower, the brick ground floor of which once served as a morgue.
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