fis***erI visited this church on a business trip in the spring 6 years ago. Unexpectedly, the authentic Roman Catholic Church that I entered for the first time was so magnificent. I don’t know the history of their country. The most impressive thing is that this church is just wood carving and stele inscriptions. In the history, the names of the people in charge of the church (priest or grand duke?) have several large walls. This is a sacred place, but there are always people who look down on it. I was watched by a pair of gypsy-looking sisters and brothers outside the church. Maybe I was an Asian face and soft-hearted. They kept harassing me for small money. I couldn't bear it and could only run away quickly. Later, my colleagues said that Gypsies have been like this for hundreds of years, and it is also true now. The whole of Europe cannot tolerate them and can only make a living.
coo***anThe Holy Trinity Column is a typical example of this type of architecture. This baroque-style holy column is 35 meters high, and the column is decorated with many exquisite religious carvings, which were made by the famous Czech artist Vaclav Lendel (1669-1773) and others. In 1754, Queen Theresde personally attended the completion ceremony of the Holy Column.
icqpupThe block where Olomoc University is located, on a small hill, is of course an inseparable part of Olomoc’s Old Town. This Moravian city does not have Prague and CK as many tourists as it is. A quiet and relaxing area.
icqpupVery characteristic building, three green domes are very beautiful. There is a large courtyard inside and an underground structure. Such a beautiful church, open and free of money, is quite rare in Czech tourist areas. Like Olomouc.
icqpupTo the north of the Town Hall Square and the Holy Trinity Column, there is a large but low-key church. The interior of the church does not have much distinctive features, but its bell tower can be climbed to overlook the entire Old Town of Olomouc. Coins go up to the tower, no one is on duty, it's all consciously.
fis***erIn the spring of 6 years ago, my Czech colleague invited me to visit this castle, which allowed people to travel to the European Middle Ages. Visitors should visit according to the scheduled time, listening to the castle guide while visiting. The dozen or so people in the same session with me are all Czechs, so English explanations are not provided, and I can only read English brochures. Not to mention Asian characters. Before I left, I left a compliment in Chinese on the tourist opinion book of the ticket hut, which was the only visible Asian script. After you were on the nearby hillside, we rode in an unpowered car like minicart. There are winding roads in the mountain field. You only need to control the direction with your feet and brake by hand. You can use the gravity of the earth to enjoy the great rivers and mountains all the way. You can also experience the thrill of speed. At the bottom of the mountain, a powered cable car will hook you up. Interesting, right? I see you for the first time. To our youth!
Olomouc lolmouc comes to the City Tour, which is the sixth largest city in the Czech Republic. It is also rated as the most beautiful city in the Czech Republic by Lonely Planet~
Olomouc is also known as the City of Fountains. The most well-known is the Upper Town Square, the magnificent building is the Holy Trinity Column of Olomouc, the Baroque monument built in 17161754, 35 meters high. It is the largest baroque sculpture group in the Czech Republic and was included in 2000. The World Cultural Heritage List, praised as one of the "best examples of the peak period of the Central European Baroque art."
The St. Wenceslas Cathedral is the most outstanding religious building in the city. It is currently Gothic and its clock tower is 100.65 meters high, making it the fourth tallest building in the Czech Republic. There is also an astronomical clock with a unique socialist style in the world, which is also a popular spot for visiting the city. The colorful colored houses make this small town more lively and pleasing~
Olomouc lolmouc, the sixth largest city in the Czech Republic, has a small town of 100,000 people, and college students account for one-fifth of a million people. Walking on the Christmas market in the central area, full of Christmas items and a variety of fun and beautiful handicrafts