Drasov – garden railway – The operational museum exhibition of narrow-gauge railways (600 mm in width) in Drásov was founded by the members of "KLUB 600". In addition to the display of locomotives and wagons, it is possible to take a ride in replicas of passenger wagons from the early 20th century along the 400 metre long demonstration track with its 15 switches. It is open to the public all year round on the first Sunday of every month.
The wooden church from the village Nižné Selište Ruthenia. It was built between 1601-1641 - its construction was interrupted by the Thirty Years War. Buffer was chosen conservationists to "rescue" the transport. It was originally considered for installation at the exhibition "Contemporary Culture in Brno. Since it was abandoned and the church was purchased and transferred the Blansko Church of Czechoslovakia (now the Hussite adjective) in 1936. In her sole ownership to this day. The original decor...
The original smelter, founded in 1748, belonged to a type known as Belgian furnace. Today is the oldest institutions in Central Europe. The entire area including the surrounding buildings, was announced as the first technical book in the country. The administrative building of iron can visit the exhibition of the Technical Museum in Brno.
Builds launched in 1844 and the recent reconstruction of the castle with its modern design and iron semicircular form at that time was extremely advanced and has become a masterpiece of engineering. Shape of the domed roof of the arch was then considered optimal for the passage of the sun. The greenhouse is 92 meters long, wide 13m and high 10m. There are growing subtropical and tropical plants, which often separating a small pond full of gold or other colored fish.
Ždánická Observatory was built under the guidance of Ing. O. And in the mid-1960s. century. In the past, developed a rich astronomical and cultural activities. At present the object into private hands.In a favourable light conditions had grown into a device that would have been proud of in every cultural and decorated capital. The building was conceived as a multipurpose device, such as the Observatory, restaurant and hotel. The building is dominated by two 4, 3 m dome with powerful instruments...
Specialized cultural facilities focused on education and popularization of astronomy and related natural sciences and engineering. Observing the public every Friday (except July).
In Veverská Bítýška have the opportunity to visit the mill where you can get away with such places, where it is in service of health and safety reasons, visitors enter strictly prohibited. You can see the entire building of the mill, machines required for processing of aquatic products and drive up the floodgates. Mill, which was declared by the Ministry of Culture as a cultural monument, it is possible to visit in Veverská Bítýška. It is a water mill, therefore, find it near water - The...
Julius mine was one of the most important mines of the Rosice-Oslavany area. The mining tower and the coal washery towering above Zastávka became a symbol of the village for several generations. Apart from coal mining, egg-shaped coal briquets were also made here. The so-called „Zastávka buns“ were made of coal dust mixed with resin. The mine was closed in 1992.
The fountain is an irregular shape, the middle of the base is pine cone, which is led out of the water pipe. The fountain at the present time (October 2009) is out of order
Last maintained iron works from the 19th century. It was founded in 1855 and named after Augusta Salm, married Count Henry Clam-Martinic. It was in operation from 1857 - 1893. Since 1895 began operating the new foundry. Production is geared to 20 years of commercial iron. Since the beginning of the 30th the 90 years served as a testing station hydraulic turbines.