The village is on the UNESCO list
Holašovice is located about 15 km west of České Budějovice. It is a village heritage reserve, which is known for a unique set of buildings in the style of the so-called South Bohemian Peasant Baroque
Inscription on the UNESCO list
Thanks to its uniqueness, the village of Holašovice was included in the UNESCO World Cultural and Natural Heritage List in 1998. This confirmed the exceptional global importance of this monument.
The village was founded in the middle of the 13th century along a rectangular village. The first mention of the village is from 1992, when the village was handed over by King Wenceslas II. Cistercian monastery.
The current form of the houses was created mainly between 1840 and 1880. The unique set of buildings forms a unique architectural and urban complex
South Bohemian folk baroque
On the original Gothic rectangular floor plan of the seat, which was first mentioned as early as 1292, gabled village buildings in the South Bohemian folk baroque style are lined up around the village.
After the village was added to the UNESCO list, the place became a popular destination for pedestrians and cyclists. In addition, a number of domestic and foreign bus tours go here.
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