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What to see in Javornik ?
The ‘Jánský Vrch‘ Castle
The absolute jewel of the town of Javorník built in the Baroque style, also an example of renaissance architecture in Lower Silesia. The long history of the castle ranges back to 1307, initially a medieval fortress, many times was the castle destroyed by invading forces or rebuilt and for most of its history belonged to Prince-bishops of *Breslau (Wrocław). The castle stands in heart of Javorník, overlooking the town and its surrounding countryside.
‘Jánský Vrch‘ castle gardens
The gorgeous castle grouds of the baroque style Javorník castle showcase a grand variation of different flowers and plants, like decoration, express a wide array of colour and serve as a pleasant site to enjoy when strolling around the Jánský Vrch castle.
Castle burial grounds
Following the castle grounds walk trail that begins at the base of the stairs that lead one up to the castle entrance gate and extends all around the castle until reaching the eastern castle grounds, one will come across a number of stone monuments like this one.. (though we couldn’t quite figure out the purpose of this one!)
Javorník town square
Known to be of great historical significance is the Javorník town square for some of the notable buildings and structures like the Holy Trinity Church, the Parish building ‘Fara v Javorníku‘ together with the ‘Městský úřad’ – the Town Hall of Javorník that can be found there. A panoramic view of the town can be seen from a number of lookout points from the castle of ‘Jánsky Vrch‘.
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