Těšín Náměstí - Cieszyn Rynek



Dnešní náměstí vzniklo ke konci 15. stol. Nacházely se na něm hlavní komunální objekty, mj. radnice a domy s podloubím patřící nejbohatším měšťanům, které vznikly v 16. stol. ve slohu renesančním. Nejstarší fragmenty se dochovaly na úrovni sklepu a přízemí. Dnešní podoba domů na náměstí pochází ve většině případů z 19. stol. a začátku 20. stol. Ještě na začátku 20. stol. náměstí plnilo funkci tržnice.


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