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Red church (Evangelical church)

Red church (Evangelical church)

The church was built in the shape of a cross from fair-face brickwork with a pyramidal ending on a slender tower where the roofs cross. The construction was managed by architect Gloger of Chucelna. In 1898, the family tomb of Wilhelm Wettekamp was built in the cemetery behind the church.

Zámecká 286/4, Hlučín

Monument to Czechslovak tank crews

Monument to Czechslovak tank crews

The monument was built near the site where the Czechoslovak tank crew members first made there way into Czech lands by battle on 15.4.1945. The older monument is from 1960.


Burial grounds of the Russian army with a memorial

Cemetery with a monument in commemoration of the liberation of the city of Hlučína by the Red Army in 1945. It is close to the Jewish cemetery, which was destroyed by the war. There are more than 3300 people buried here.


Memorial plaque dedicated to Colonel Jan Kubiš

Memorial plaque to Jan Kubiš whose grenade wounded Reinhard Heydrich, Deputy Reich Protector, in Prague on 27th May 1942, so severely that he later succumbed to his injuries.

Velké Heraltice, Sádek

Memorial plaque in honour of Czechoslovak tank crew members

A memorial plaque to 21 Czechoslovak tank crew members, who fell in rough battles that took place in the area, is found at the local cemetery, by the north wall of the church.


Memorial plaque in memory of American pilots

Memorial plaque devoted to American pilots of the B-24 Liberator bombarder, which was hit by German fighter jets not far away and crashed nearby the municipality of Vršovice.


Monument to private Kubinec of the 1st Czechoslovak tank crew briage

In memory of the merciless war events in the liberation of Štítina in April 1945, a monument to private 1 of the Czechoslovak tank brigade Ivan Kubinec was made. Spy tortured to death by the Nazis - based on existing information he was tortured to death in a brutal manner at Zik's farmstead on 18th April 1945. On the monument, he is portrayed in a kneeling position with a background of a stylized stone...


Monument to the Battles for Ostrava

On 18th April 1945, the troops of the 4th Ukranian front led battles with the German-Fascist occupants with the objective of conquering Moravian Ostrava.

Opava, Pusté Jakartice

Monument to the fallen in World War I

The base of the monument is a six-sided tablet from which three marble blocks rise bearing 203 carved names and dates of Kravař citizens who passed away. The author of the Kravař stone monument is J. Stanjura.


Monument to the fallen in World War I

Grey polished marble was used as the main building material. There is a cast of an angel holding an infant between four pillars, guarding the peace of 92 deceased Koutsky inhabitants. The monument is the work of J. Stanjura.

Hlučínská, Kravaře

Monument to the fallen

The period of World War II brought the municipality great suffering. Many citizens were killed in concentration camps and during battles for liberation. Three-quarters of the municipality was ruined. These events are commemorated by the monument to the fallen on the square, which stands on the site of the former chapel.


Monument to the fallen

Kobeřice honoured the victims of World War I with this monument. The interior of the chapel is decorated by a statue of the Mother of God and Christ Child acquired in 1948. In 1965, a decision was made to place a plaque on the monument with the names of all those who fell in World War II or did not return from it. However, it was not completed until 1967.


Monument to the victims of war

Monument to the victims of World War I (1914-1918), which was unveiled in the centre of the municipality on 28th October 1923. The depicted hourglass symbolises the impermanence of life.

Branka u Opavy

Monument to the victims of World War I and II

The monument to the victims of World War I and II was erected and ceremoniously unveiled in 1960. It stands on the site where the original monument to the victims of World War I once stood. On the occasion of the 60th anniversary of the liberation of Hrabyně and the end of World War II, a new memorial plaque was unveiled on the monument in the presence of World War II veterans.


Monumnent to the Silesian revolt on Ostra Hurka

Since 1869, camps were held here and 15 thousdand people from all of Silesia participated in the first one. In 1938, the original monument was destroyed by Nazi soldiers. The newly reconstructed monument was unveiled in 1969 on the anniversary of Hůrka.

Háj ve Slezsku

Victory monument in Opava

The monument is created from a modified monument to the Red Army from 1980 and the large memorial plaque dedicated to Czechosloval soldiers, who considerably contributed to the battles in Ostravsko - the Opava operation.


Hlučín - Jewish cemetery

Rovniny, Hlučín


(Dj Show Leoš Mareš - Discoparty)

Civic Centre (Dolní Benešov)

Fri 3/13/2020 19:00 - Sat 3/14/2020 1:00


Mír (Opava)

Tue 1/28/2020 18:00

(Míša Růžičková: Pohádkové království)

Mír (Opava)

Fri 4/3/2020 15:00

(Moravice - letní kanoistický sjezd)

Branka u Opavy

Sat 8/28/2020

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Bolatice - chateau

Bolatice - chateau

Chateau from the 1st half of the 18th century, single-storey, rectangular, with a mansard roof, in Baroque...