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It was restored completely just two years ago. It is beutifully done, you can admire, the gothic ceilings, the beautiful frescos, in the church the barock altars.
This was a Monestry and Cloister together - at the beginning 12 monks and 12 nonns were in...More
The renovated Minorite Monastery is well worth a visit. The ticket I got had two parts ... the monastery itself (and church) and an adjacent location with items from the collection and about the renovations. Paintings and statuary and frescoes are gorgeous, and nicely restored....More
Before you go, read about the history of this monastery and the story of St Francis. Then view the informative photo montage (the ticket office will tell you where to find this free display) describing the restoration of this site, with plenty of English translation....More
Visiting exposition of human creativity gives you an opportunity to find out, how things had going on in the past and also try it. Perfect especially for families and people, who are still curious.
Just have on mind that parts of the exhibition are not...More
The town is filled to the brim with noisy tourists. The streets are crowded. But if you walk onto the Monastery grounds, it is quiet and peaceful and calm. The buildings are recently restored, courtesy of the EU, and are worth walking through. There's more...More
The absolutely massive monastery complex hidden just across the street from the notorious castle has been only recently costly refurbished into its former glory and only since past winter offers educational exhibitions, everything is brand new and as the place has not made it into...More