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The new exhibition will present the development of Wenceslas Square and its surroundings

NEWS| 7. 9. 2018

Exhibition You are here. Wenceslas Square in the Changes of Time will present the development and historical role of one of the three Olomouc hills above the Morava River. The exhibition will consist of photographs of places, which, like the Přemyslov Castle and the Olomouc Archdiocesan Museum, were awarded the prestigious European Heritage Label, the rebuilding of the most significant medieval monuments of the hillocks, the so-called Zdíkova Palace and the recently discovered treasure - the shelters with the remains of the Olomouc princely princes and personalities the monastery Hradisko.

Photo Gallery
Roofing of the northern wing of the cloister before raising the roofs and making the Zdiks Palace accessible to the public in the 1960s
Šépka Architects - Proposed state of the exterior of the palace, 2018
Design by architect Jan Sokol on the reconstruction of Zdiks Palace, 1968
The vicar Bedřich Hanák and the geneticist Daniel Vaněk pull the painted chest with the remains of the Olomouc Přemyslids from the metal box
The experts will determine if that are the remains of Olomouc Přemyslids
The wooden painted box where the remains were stored of Olomouc Přemyslids
Opening of the exhibition
Opening of the exhibition
Opening of the exhibition
Opening of the exhibition
Opening of the exhibition
Opening of the exhibition
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Todays opening hours

Archdiocesan Museum Olomouc Closed
Museum of Modern Art Closed
Archdiocesan Museum Kroměříž closed

Thursday | 22. 10. 2020

Today is open


Pokladna otevřená út–ne 10-18 hodin, Rezervace na pokladna@olmuart.cz
telefon: 585 514 241

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