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Michalův statek Farm Open-Air Museum

(Pohleď) Michalův statek Farm was declared a cultural monument in 2003. The open-air museum depicts the life, work, and customs of a middle-class husbandman during the period following the end of the Thirty Years' War until the abolition of statute labour in 1848. The Michal family owned this farm from 1591

Zichpil Open-Air Museum

(Humpolec) The Zichpil Quarter and the Jewish town in Humpolec are located between Horní náměstí Square and the cemetery. Jews began to settle outside of the city of Humpolec in this area in the late 17th century. The name of the location, Zichpil, however, is proven to be much older, though there was no c

Jakub Glassworks Tasice

(Česká Bělá) The town of Tasice is home to the Huť Jakub glassworks facility, made famous by Jaroslav Dietl's television series "Synové a dcery Jakub skláře" ("The Sons and Daughters of Glass-blower Jakub"). The unique glassworks facility was preceded by 15th-century glassmaking furnaces that processed quart

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