I realized that I didn't take a separate photo for this attraction. This is right in the center of the square, so it has become a gathering place for the tour group. There is a place nearby that sells cinnamon rolls and it tastes really good.
Stronovsky Square, where the City Hall is located, is the central square of Cesky Krumlov. In the center of the square, there is a black death column. Along the way, we have seen similar Black Death columns in many European cities, such as Vienna, Budejovice, Hallstatt... The Black Death spread throughout Europe in 1340. It is one of the most serious plagues in human history, causing 30[%]~60[%] of the total population of Europe to die.
The Black Death Column is located in the central square of Cesky Krumlov. In fact, there are Black Death Columns in many European cities. How many lives were taken by that terrifying disease in the Middle Ages! The Black Death Column in Cesky Krumlov has statues of the Virgin Mary and 8 saints. It is the patron saint of the town and prevents the spread of the plague.
Located in Svonosky Square, the monument is a fountain sculpture commemorating the victims of the medieval Black Death. The stone columns are beautifully carved and are the city's landmark.
Krumlov is really small, surrounded by a small river called Vltava, which takes about half an hour to walk around. In the middle of the town is Svonosky Square, but not too big, and the plaza is erected in the middle of the plaza to commemorate the dead from the plague of the Black Death that swept Europe before. It is said that the epidemic claimed one third of Europe's population, to be a good memory.