The seat of the Kalisz
In the South Bohemian town of Tábor, built by the Hussites, you will also find a square in the center named after the most famous Kalisnik – Jan Žižek. Underground corridors dating from the 15th and 16th centuries have also been preserved on the square. They are located at a depth of 16 m, often forming up to three floors and according to some sources they reach a length of 14 km. They are entered through the old town hall. The entire center of Tábor is managed as a historical monument reserve.
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