čtvrtek 2. února 2012


Blansko is a district town in South Moravia. It lies in the valley of the River Svitava, 19 km north of Brno. The center has 276 m altitude, the greater part of the city is situated on a slope above the left bank of Svitavy. Blansko occupies an area of ​​18.29 km ² and in 2011 there were nearly 21 thousand inhabitants. 

Blansko lies on the railway line Brno-Czech Trebova and due to the fact that the starting point for tourist trips to the Moravian Karst is called the gate of the Moravian Karst. This phrase can Blansko commissioned in 2009 to register as a trade mark. East of town is the ruins Blansek. Blansko lies south of Devil's castle ruins and New Castle.

 I invite you to visit the city.

Historical Buildings
 - Blansko castle with the castle park - in the castle is now the Museum Blansko with several permanent exhibitions: the history of metallurgy, iron art 19th and 20 century, the Moravian Karst, historic interiors, in the palace, among other things stayed physician and archaeologist Heinrich Wankel, writer Ferdinand von Saar or Carolina Meineke.


Republic Square - square in the city center, the square is the building of KB, Municipal Office Building, Hotel Dukla unsightly. There is a built fountain, benches and parking lots, during the summer holidays, there projected cinema.

  Evening view of the Square of the Republic

 The building of KB, Municipal Office Building

 Evening Republic square

 Evening Republic square -  look at the Commercial bank
Liberty Square - square in front of Blansko Hall, in the middle of the square is a small park with benches, a fountain with swans, a bronze statue of foals (a reminder of farm buildings that stood here in the past) and a memorial to the fallen in the 1st World war I.

 Liberty Square - Town hall in the evening

 Town hall in the evening

 Fountain with swans

 Memorial to the fallen in the 1st World war

Wankel Square - square in the heart of Blansko with decoration consisting of cast-iron sculptures.

  Wanklovo square with the church of St. Martin in the background

Rožmitálova Street - a newly renovated street (pedestrian zone) with red brick paving, benches, cast iron decoration and a fountain, one of the benches are named after famous local native, sportsmen, tourists, theater, cooks and allrounder Kaspar Beauty Blanensky, contemporary and friend of Jara Cimrman.


River Svitava. The greater part of the city is situated on a slope above the left bank of Svitavy. The first mention of the local village (today's Old Blansko) on the right bank of Svitava appears in the Chronicles of the Canon of Vysehrad and binds to the year 1136, when the property was conducted sharp (in the background but mainly political) dispute over the right to build a church in Blansko between the Bishop of Olomouc Henry Zdík appanage prince Brno and Wroclaw. Blansko with other settlements became the property of the bishopric of Olomouc and its holders to receive this product as a fief. The center of this manor became the second half of the 13th Blansek century castle, located east of Blansko.

In 1277 he founded the Olomouc Bishop Bruno of Schauenburg on the opposite side of the river a new settlement, which, as the New Blansko later became the core of the city.

  Along the river Svitava

 Along the river Svitava

 The tree lined avenue of the river Svitava

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