The eastermost town in Czech Republic on a confluence of rivers Olse and Lomne. In 1852 an Elizabethan monastery with the church of St. Josef has been built here. Other architectural monuments are the Baroque church of Bozi telo from 1671 lately medified the Secession city-hall from 1900 and the princely house from 18th century. The former monastery building is nowadays reconstructed into an exhibition and musical hall with permanent exposition. You may see a precious sculptural decoration by Vincenc Makovsky from about 1940 in a park near the sanatorium.

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