The 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.
It has a history of hundreds of years. It feels good, very good, and like it very much. Many people come here admiringly.
The world cultural heritage of Olomouc is also what attracted me to go to Olomouc. Many cities in Central Europe, such as Vienna and Brno, have a tower to commemorate the Black Death in the old city, and this unique place in Olomouc has become a world cultural heritage because of its artistic value. The tall size and luxurious but unconventional Baroque architecture is the pinnacle of contemporary Baroque architecture in Central Europe.
The Holy Trinity Pillars are all world cultural heritages. The memorial columns are very tall and rich in cultural heritage. The scenery inside and outside the square is beautiful and there are so many interesting things.
Actually there is nothing interesting about this square, the pillars are very distinctive