Town house no. 9

Czech name Měšťanský dům čp. 9
Address J. M. Marků 9
GPS 49°54'45"N 16°36'44"E (xx km)
382 m above sea level

Some time around the middle of the 18th century the house was rebuilt. It still had a vaulted ceiling and gable roof in the middle of the 19th century but was more dramatically reconstructed in around 1883. The current form of its facade was carried out according to plans in 1928 (plans of R. Ilgner of Lanškroun), likewise the interior underwent considerable change.

Category mansion / villa / palace
Services currency exchange bureau
Staff languages Czech, Slovak
Accepted forms of payment British pounds in cash, Croatian Kuna in cash, Czech korunas in cash, CZK coins, euro coins, Euro in cash, Hungarian Forints in cash, Polish zloty in cash, Swiss francs in cash, US dollars in cash
Distance from parking lot 100 m
  • capacity personal: price: 10 CZK / hour