Saint Wenceslas eremit houses


After the Thirty Years War, the Czech nobility took to the creation of artificial hermitages, summer houses, garden meditation, but also leisure and entertainment pavilions, which was built in Italy since the early 16th century. For the first Czech building of this type is considered Wallenstein Libosad Jicin. Emausian Abbot …

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Benefactor of Eremitism


The biggest benefactor Eremitism Count Frantisek Antonin Spork (1662-1738). Built a series of philosophical pavilions and hermitages and supported both science and art. For example, in the manor MaleŇ°ov on the top left high in the years 1695-1697 to establish Belvedere Chapel. John the Baptist and a hermitage and established …

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