Besides the castle, other places are worth seeing, too. Below you can see some of them.|
You can view constructions and buildings ranging from|
stone bridges and pavement
through 18-th century cottages
to 19-th century houses
renaissance burghers' houses|
and renewed baroque buildings
or classicist fronts
to most recent blocks of flats.
|Panoramatic images of Opočno|
|Images of Opočno statues|
Comparison of old and new views on same locations
The town cemetery
Three nave church built on the basements of St. Andrew Chapel from 15th century.
Rebuilt in renaissance style about 1567 by Vilém Trčka z Lípy and about 1716 by G. B. Alliprandi.
Paintings of Sts. Václav, Ludmila and Jan z Nepomuku.
In the right tower bells Kliment and Václav.
Grave-stones from 16th century.
First mentioned in 1348, 1393 burnt out, in 1425 destroyed by Sirotek (Hussite) army.
Replaced by a log construction (mentioned 1598).
Re-erected in the first half of 17th century.
In 1810 reconstructed by Rudolph Colloredo-Mansfeld, with tomb of Colloredo-Mansfeld family under the building.
Further reconstructions in 1882-84, pictures on glass windows.
1972 bought by the town to be used as threnodial room. |
1985 reconstruction broken unfinished.
1990 the Greek-catholic parish does not insist on retrocession of this estate
Decision to rebuilt to a concert hall, finished in 1995, opened on September 29.
In 2000 installed restored organ, inauguration on October 28, 2000.
In 2006 installed new larger organ in the apsida, inauguration on June 16, 2006.