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Augustinian monastery in Vrchlabí

Krkonoše Mountains

The Augustinian monastery in Vrchlabí, an important Baroque-style monument of the town, was established by Maximilian von Morzin in 1704.

This is a former Catholic monastery, belonging to the Augustinian order. The building has recently been reconstructed and its ground floor and cellars currently house the ecological exposition entitled Stone and Life; the ambit of the monastery is converted into exhibition grounds of Krkonoše Museum in Vrchlabí. Close to the monastery, there is a Baroque-style church, which has also been reconstructed and is used as a venue for Sunday and Christmas concerts.

Augustiniánský klášter Vrchlabí, author: archiv KRNAP
 
 

Husova 213
Vrchlabí, 543 01
GPS: 50°37'43.92"N,15°36'19.73"E
Altitude above sea level: 490 m

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Augustiniánský klášter Vrchlabí, author: jan špelda
Klášter a kostel Vrchlabí
Klášter a hrobky
Augustiniánský klášter ve Vrchlabí, author: Krkonoše - svazek měst a obcí
Augustiniánský klášter ve Vrchlabí, author: Krkonoše - svazek měst a obcí
 

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