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The Church of Saint Venceslaus

The Church of the Assumption of the Holy Mother and St Venceslaus was consecrated in 1266 by the bishop Prandota for the Cistercians. It was built in the late Roman, early Gothic style. The abbey and the church was rebuilt several times: in the XVIc., XVIIc. and most of all in the XVIIIc., when they've made new barrel vault in the main nave and rebuilt the church in the Baroque style.

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