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One of the best items in extensive collections of the museum is the Krýza Crib – the largest folk mechanic creche in the world, a unique collection of mostly Gothic plastics and a unique collection of painted sharpshooters´ targets and target weapons, but also e.g. the Hall of Ema Destinnová.

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Nežárecká Gate

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Nežárecká Gate, similarly as the later adjoining former Jesuit seminary, is an element of the town’s fortifications. Only this gate, which also used to be called Linz Gate, has been preserved from the original three town gates. The original medieval gate with two Gothic floors was expanded during the construction of the adjoining seminary with another floor in the late-Renaissance style with embrasures and gable roof. At the beginning of the 19th century, a triangular gable was added and a clock was placed there. In 1879, a tower clock made by Martin Rezek, a Jindřichův Hradec clockmaker, was installed in the gate. On the western side, the gate is decorated with a stone relief of the town crest in a Renaissance cartouche; painted crests of Jan Jiří Jáchym Slavata and his wife, Marie Markéta of Rappach, were installed on the inner side of the gate at the end of the 17th century. 

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11.4.2011 14:44:47 - updated 14.10.2014 12:12:57 | read 7699x | Vladislav Sochna


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