Sacral monuments

Calvary - Ostrá u Úštěka

A significant landmark near Úštěk is the Calvary hill near the village of Ostré.

Chapel of the Assumption of the Virgin Mary - Hoštka

Chapel on the left bank by the bridge connecting the Chapel on the left bank by the bridge connecting the Hoštec and Kochovice parts of the village.

Church of All Saints – Litoměřice

Another dominant feature of the center of Litoměřice is the baroque dean's church of All Saints. Due to its color, it is nicknamed the White Church.

Church of St. Floriána - Ústí nad Labem - Krásné Březno

One-nave church of St. Florian, in the style of the Saxon Renaissance from the turn of the 16th and 17th century.

Church of St. Jakub – Litoměřice

Church of St. Jakub with the monastery is located on Dominikánské Square not far from Mír Square. It was founded as a monastic church of Franciscan monks (Minors).

Church of St. Kateřina – Libotenice

Church of St. Kateřina is located 800 m north of the village. The church is a remnant of the extinct village of Chodžovice, which was located in these places.

Church of the Annunciation – Litoměřice

An important cultural monument is the Church of the Annunciation. It is located near the Tyrš Bridge over Elbe and is clearly visible on arrival in Litoměřice.

Doksany Monastery and Chateau

The monastery in Doksany enjoyed its greatest expansion in the 13th and 14th centuries. During the Hussites and during the Thirty Years' War, it was looted. In the second half of the 17th century, it was generously rebuilt in the Baroque style.

Evangelical Church - Roudnice nad Labem

The church was built according to German project in less than a year at the beginning of the 20th century.

Jewish cemeteries of Roudnice

The first Jewish cemetery used to be where now stands the garden of a former Capuchin monastery, southeast of the castle. We do not know when it was founded; its liquidation took place after 1613. Some tombstones were transferred to the second cemetery.

Jewish cemetery and a crematorium - Terezín Memorial

The Jewish cemetery in Terezín is, unlike other Jewish monuments, a very young cemetery.

Jewish settlement - Roudnice nad Labem

The oldest Jewish settlement was located southeast of the Roudnice chateau, and can be traced back to the middle of the 16th century.

Konojedy Castle and Church

The most important building in Konojedy near Úštěk is the local chateau with the adjacent Church of the Assumption of the Virgin Mary.

Liběšice near Litoměřice

On the way from Litoměřice to Úštěk we find ourselves in a village which, according to the words of a former clergyman, has only three fewer statues than Charles Bridge in Prague.

Monument of Přemysl Oráč - Stadice

The monument was created in 1841 by Josef Max and is a national cultural heritage.

Sights of Litoměřice - Church sights and viewpoints

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St. Štěpán's Cathedral with a lookout tower

The most important church monument in the Central Bohemian Uplands is a set of buildings around the Cathedral of St. Štěpán in Litoměřice on the Dóm hill. Originally there was a hillfort but in 1057 the Litoměřice chapter was established here.

Statue of saint Vojtěch

The work of sculptor Stanislav Hanzík was unveiled in 1996 in the lower part of Charles Square.

Synagogue and rabbi´s house – Úštěk

As part of the Revitalization of Jewish Monuments project, the Ústí nad Labem rabbinical house and synagogue were repaired and made accessible after years desolation.

The Church of the Ascension of Our Lady - Ústí nad Labem

The church in the center of Ústí nad Labem is one of the outstanding features of the regional town.

The Church of the Nativity of the Virgin Mary and the Monastery of St. Augustine - Roudnice nad Labem

The monastery was founded by Bishop John IV from Dražice for the new order of Augustinian canons. The foundation stone was laid in 1333.