Klášter Plasy

KLÁŠTER PLASY

Opening hours

 January - March closed
*
 April
1000 - 1600
Sat, Sun, holidays*
 May - June
1000 - 1600 Fri - Sun
 July - August
900 - 1700 Fri - Sun
 September
1000 - 1600 Fri - Sun
 October
1000 - 1600 Sat, Sun, holidays*
 November - Dec.
closed
*
  • The last tour starts at the closing hour and only the Convent can be seen.
  • Lunchbreak: 11.45 - 12.45.

* Weekdays open only to the booked groups of more than 10 persons.

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Welcome in the former Cistercian monastery Plasy!

History

The former monastery is situated in a small town of Plasy in the Western Bohemia. It is the first Cistercian monastery in Bohemia founded by a ruler – the prince Vladislav II. in 1144. The monastery was burnt down in the beginning of the 15th century by the Hussites. Between 1661 and 1785 a grand reconstructing effort took place according to schemes by J.B. Mathey, J.B. Santini and K. I. Dientzenhoffer. The monastery was disestablished on 9th November 1785 by the ruler Josef II. and became a residence of the chancellor Metternich and his family, who have also established their family tomb here.

 

 

    NKP Klaster Plasy
Plzenska 2
CZ - 331 01 Plasy
     
    tel.: 00420-373322174
e-mail: klaster@plasy.cz
 
Klášter Plasy  /  Plzeňská 2, 331 01 Plasy  /  tel.: 373 322 174  /  e-mail: plasy@npu.cz
Aktualizace: 19.8.2014 • webagrafikanavlně