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Dolni Kounice - Masarykovo náměstí
Czech Republic

Ancient town of Dolní Kounice

The ancient town of Dolní Kounice is situated about 25 km south from Brno in the valley of the Jihlava river. In the town you can find plenty of monuments from different periods – the chapel of St. Anthony, romantic ruins of the convent Rosa coeli, the castle, the Jewish synagogue and Jewish cemetery, other churches and chapels, renaissance and baroque houses, columns with crucifixion and Marian columns standing by the roadsides.

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