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.
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.
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.
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 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.
The mysterious pond - Roudnice nad Labem
When you visit the Church of the Nativity of the Virgin Mary and the adjacent former monastery in Roudnice nad Labem, you can admire not only the beautiful architecture, statues, paintings and the "Paradise Court", but also see the mysterious underground lake.