the building of church is in the Gothic style inside with side chaples arched into the aisle by Baroco wagon-vaults.
The dome of aisle is decorated by stucco decor and proppably is from the half of 17th century, of repair time, when the church was rebult from shattered object. Instalation inside of the church was repaired by B. Uprka. DSecoration of chapels was made in workshop of B. Fontana.
Also the same name of the main square as in Ostrava is Masaryk's square in Uherske Hradiste.
Dominant here is church of St. Frantisek Xaversky. It was built in 1670-85 according to project of Jan Dominik Orsi.
Jan Jiri Henisch built the main altar Baptism of Indian prince in 1689.
Baroque paintings of Ignac Raab and sculptures made by Ondrej Schweigl, as the most valueble things, are placed in side face chapels.
When you look at the pic, on the ground floor of the right wing, there is town info center.
You will never discover new places, if you aren't curious!
Can you see the gateway in the corner of the coutyard? I discovered that it is a good short way and connecting point between streets Prostredni and Frantiskanska, where the Virgin Mary Annunciation church and statue of Jan Nepomucky are.
Palackeho Namesti 349, UHERSKE HRADISTE, Czech Rep
Good for: Solo
This is a car I have been using for my trips. I also went by car to this area. From my home to Hustenovice (3 km/1.86 mls to the West of Uerske Hradiste) I drove about 2 h and 15 mins and about 145 km/90 mls.
Here you can find some distances:
Uherske Hradiste - Ostrava about 155 km / 96.31mls.
Uherske Hradiste - Brno - 80 km / 49.71 mls
Uherske Hradiste - Mikulov - 90 km / 55.92 mls
Uherske Hradiste - Breclav - 70 km / 43.49 mls
Uherske Hradiste - Prague - 274 km / 170.25 mls