Archbishop’s Palace

The Archbishop's Palace belongs to the most important early-Baroque buildings in Moravia. It was built under the project of the Italian architect Filiberto Luchese on the site of an earlier Renaissance palace. The layout of the Palace consists of seven two-storey wings, surrounding two inner rectangular courtyards. The long street frontage has a richly structured facade with three portals. A representative staircase and ceremonial halls emphasize the palatial character of the building. An original Baroque stucco decoration of the rooms has been preserved in the interior.

The bishop's residence has undergone several reconstructions realized by leading European architects and painters. The last major reconstruction of the Palace was implemented after a fire in 1904 under the Archbishop Francis Bauer. Many prominent personalities visited the Palace; including Franz Joseph I. who ascended the Imperial throne here in 1848.

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The Holy Trinity Column
The Holy Trinity Column is listed since 2000 on the UNESCO World Cultural and Natural Heritage.

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Town Hall
Building has been for more than six centuries a symbol of economic and political importance of the former royal capital of Moravia.

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St Wenceslas' Cathedral
St Wenceslas' Cathedral with its two-tower face is an integral part of the city skyline.

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Sport activities
Olomouc is not only a city of beautiful sights, but also the sport.

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