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Ubušinek Folk Architecture Complex

(Ubušínek) This town east of Jimramov is evidence of the beautiful folk architecture of our forefathers. It includes structures built out of wood, stone, and even unfired bricks that are protected under the area's designation as a rural conservation zone. The hill with the unusual name of Hrombitek measures 70

Krátká Rural Conservation Reserve

(Kadov) The village of Krátká, a district of the township of Sněžná, emerged in the first third of the 18th century as a residential colony of forestry workers. The town, which has been declared a rural conservation reserve, boasts timbered and stone houses with agricultural outbuildings. It is dominat

Křižánky Folk Architecture Complex

This town in the heart of Žďárské vrchy Hills, with its 45 cultural monuments, is the largest rural conservation reserve in the Vysočina Region. The Svratka River bisects it into two sections: České Křižánky (Bohemian Křižánky), which was established prior to the first half of the 14th

Dešov Rural Conservation Reserve

The first mention of this town is dated 1398. In the 1400s, the local fortress was inhabited by freemen, and the Kaple Panny Marie Bolestné (Chapel of Our Lady of Sorrows) from 1781 is a valuable monument. The Dešov settlement has a street-type layout, with the houses' frontages facing the street.

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