Venues

Castle of Český Krumlov

The State Castle of Český Krumlov, with its architectural standard, cultural tradition, and expanse, ranks among the most important historic sights in the central European region. Building development from the 14th to 19th centuries is well-preserved in the original groundplan layout, material structure, interior installation and architectural detail.

A worthy assessment of the area by both domestic and foreign experts resulted in the acquisition of historic monument preservation status. In 1963, the town was declared a Municipal Preserve, in 1989 the castle became a National Monument, and in 1992 the entire complex was included onto the list of UNESCO World Cultural Heritage Monuments.

More information: www.castle.ckrumlov.cz

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Church of Corpus Christi

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Egon Schiele Art Centre

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Hotel Růže

Very few hotels can boast such a rich history as Český Krumlov’s Hotel Růže.

In 1584, William of Rosenberg, Knight of the Golden Fleece and the highest bur grave of Prague, brought Jesuits to his headquarters in Český Krumlov and built them a community. The foundation stone of the Jesuit College was laid on 19 March 1586. On 16 May 1588, William handed the keys of the finished building and the Charter over to representatives of the order.

The Jesuit order was cancelled by Pope Clement XIV in 1773, and the College was transferred to military administration. The building was used as a barracks from 1777 until 1887, when troops were withdrawn from Český Krumlov.

More information: http://www.hotelruze.cz/history-en.html

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Masquerade Hall

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Mirror hall

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Synagogue

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Contacts

Hana Pelzová - director

phone: +420 721 470 558

e-mail: pelzova@komorni-festival.cz

Marek Tůma – production

phone: +420 777 243 992

e-mail: produkce@komorni-festival.cz

Alena Svobodová – PR

e-mail: ala.svobodova@seznam.cz