Ruined castle and Hermitage Sloup

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mailSloup v Cechach

Ke Hradu 125, Sloup v Čechách, 471 52

GSM:+420 722 096 337
+420 722 096 338
The 30-metre-tall sandstone formation seemed to be a safe place for people from prehistoric times.

The watch tower surrounded with moats was built in the middle ages to order by the Ronovec family. Its strategic position made it an active party during the wars with the Lusatian Six-Towns Alliance. It was not conquered until the defenders had been completely starved. The decay came from Swedish troops that during the Thirty Years War burnt the castle down. In the 17th century the remnants were donated to hermits. Emperor Joseph II ordered the hermits to leave; afterwards, the castle was deserted.

The locality is now used for candle-light summer Saturday concerts and occasional performances of historic fencing. There are several special events as well, such as exhibitions (Folk Sculpture in Sandstone and Hermits in northern Bohemia).

April Sa - Su 9:00 - 16:00 open
May Tu - Su 9:00 - 17:00 open
June - August Mo - Su 9:00 - 17:00 open
September Tu - Su 9:00 - 17:00 open
October Sa - Su 9:00 - 16:00 open

Entrance fee

Full entrance fee:90,00 CZK
Full entrance fee:50,00 CZK
Full entrance fee:220,00 CZK
Full entrance fee:20,00 CZK
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