The Strážnice MuseumTOP DESTINATION
The Strážnice Museum of the Villages of South-east Moravia is an open - air museum, that has been opened to the public and visitors since 1981. The following areas are available: Moravian Kopanice, Luhačovice Zálesí, Horňácka, in addition there are water bulidings, viticulture buildings and meadow economy. The museum is very unique. Besides the presentation of folk architecture and the way people used to live in the particular regions, it also focuses on the viticulture and wine growing that...
The windmill was built according to the design by Ing. Josef Kouřil, a native of Kyjov. On the ground floor is a ceremonial room, above it an exhibition hall and on the 2nd floor a small museum housing exhibits from the history of Bukovany. Perhaps the most valuable part is the findings from local prehistoric burial mounds.
The calvary beyond Old Břeclav is a national cultural monument. Probably it is the best known calvary in the Czech Republic. Several legends are spun around it – according to one it was built in 1734 as a reminder of a varlet and maiden who were killed there by lightning. The calvary stood on grounds belonging to the farmer Martin Chorvát at a former cattle path, which led from Hungary via Moravia to Bohemia and Germany. Today the Slovácký krúžek folklore group from Old Břeclav looks after...
The limestone stoves, popular at the time, date back to the first half of the 20th century, when the majority of workers and several cottagers operated a limestone facility, the product of which was transported throughout the Brno region and far beyond. Of the original stoves for firing limestone, only two in the village have been preserved. The symbol of the limestone stove even appears in the municipal insignia.
Šerkovice – This fruit drying facility is in a timber building from the 19th century located beside house number 47. It is a nationally protected cultural monument that is currently serving as a private recreational cottage