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The Broumov Monastery, Broumov

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  • I remember the monastery as a monastic residence near the sisters in the 60s and 70s of the 20th century. Almost every Sunday, I went to the local City Museum-it was in the former monastic school. Instead it was merely tolerated, as the nuns were merely tolerated. Today it is a showcase for the entire region of Broumovsko-but the power of a great historical building. And all the money is not getting ... The beautiful tradition of summer festival with theatre, literally revealing the links with other churches in the vesnicicíh, forming the imaginary circle around Broumova. Broumovsko praises its significance your sponsors. Accept the invitation-and don't forget the park Alejku!
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  • Is so beautiful, especially in the Sun, that for a moment I thought that I was in Florence. The beautiful church of St. Wojciech (Sunday at 17 is a mass, you can come and visit) Lovely sculptures, the cloisters and the nice café with excellent coffee
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  • Tour after the tourist season is not always easy. A plus are the crowds, the downside to less availability of attractions and not always favourable weather. So it was this time. The monastery can be visited only with a guide, so we had to wait for the ok. 1 h for the next trip. The choice was only the Czech language and the use of the description on a piece of paper, which we got to the gripper. The weather was not the most beautiful, but it didn't stop us before walking through the gardens of the monastery, which must be beautiful in the spring and summer in one place we met a herd of sheep that you can have a look from the top of the walls:) The monastery itself you can see that part has already been renovated and many frescoes is prepared to work. As we understood from the speech guides (if she spoke more slowly after the Czech can we more understood, but everyone apart from the US were the Czech Republic, so do not pick up) work is still carried out by EU money, although for example. the library has been restored to its glory of the 15th century already is destroying and crack the ceiling from the shock caused by the passing cars. The most beautiful room in the monastery according to Us it was just a wonderful library and the Church, whose wealth and beautiful frescoes and sculptures, impressive almost a fairytale. If you have the opportunity to select a tour in a language that you know, because of the cards does not you will learn interesting things, and sometimes they are even difficult to understand (excerpt translations was evidently released by google translator):)
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  • The guide is good fun and made the tour enjoyable and interesting. It's a good place to visit if you around. The Best part is the mummy display so make sure you get this option with your ticket! Cafe inside the comes is pretty good as well.
  • Prostory nádhera ale lépe připravit koncept prohlídky s průvodcem. Nemíchat cizince s místními, mnoho ruchu
  • A beautiful monastery, which is definitely worth visiting.
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  • Beautiful!
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  • Tour of totally great, up to a couple of rowdy Germans that keep someone from our group had to tranquilize!!! The guide was in one word the man!!! A professional interpretation I haven't experienced for a long time;-), I recommend to all lovers of history and who likes good coffee, let them not forget to visit the monastery Cafe!!!
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