Monuments and culture

Jablonec nad Nisou is an architecturally young city. Its greatest boom did not take place until the end of the 19th and beginning of the 20th centuries. The city is home to unmistakable traces of the art nouveau, functionalist and neo-renaissance architectural styles. Its cultural wealth was and continues to be associated with the fragile beauty of glass products and custom jewellery.

20 02, 2020

The Church of the Holy Trinity

2022-03-27T13:21:33+02:00Categories: Monuments and culture|Tags: , |

The small church hidden among blocks of flats is now merely a reminder of the history of the independent municipality of Mšeno (Grünwald). The Roman Catholic Church of the Holy Trinity in Mšeno was once the pride of the municipality. It was erected due to the [...]

10 02, 2020

The Toy Museum

2021-04-13T14:17:38+02:00Categories: Monuments and culture|Tags: , , |

The Jablonec Toy Museum focuses on toys which our parents and grandparents used to play with. It will take them back to their childhood years, while children can find out what their mothers, fathers and grandparents played with. The displayed toys predominantly date from the period [...]

15 04, 2020

The Linke Building

2020-11-30T11:10:51+01:00Categories: Monuments and culture|Tags: , , |

The business and residential building, which was designed by the Jablonec architect Rudolf Günter, was built by Gustav Linke in 1929–1931 and it is one of the architectural gems of the city centre. It has been preserved in very good condition (with the exception of the [...]

21 02, 2020

The Schneider Villa

2021-04-12T14:14:34+02:00Categories: Monuments and culture|Tags: , |

The villa on the corner of Zlatá and V Luzích Streets was designed by the architect Rudolf Günter for Fritz and Olga Schneider in 1929. The house was completed on 7th April 1930 and it was home to a family with children and a maid. From [...]

29 12, 2019

The MY Municipal Gallery

2020-09-21T15:14:04+02:00Categories: Monuments and culture|Tags: |

A permanent exhibition hall which is in operation all year round and holds exhibitions of art, regional cultural history and toponymy in the Scheybal House. Městská galerie MY, Kostelní ulice 1/6, Jablonec nad Nisou, telefon 483 356 202 Open Tuesday to Friday 10 am – 12 [...]

26 02, 2020

The Hotel Prague Cultural Centre

2020-11-16T15:32:50+01:00Categories: Monuments and culture|Tags: |

The reconstructed building which was originally a hotel can boast a renovated hall which is available for a wide range of events. The history of this building in the pedestrian zone in Komenského Street stretches back to 1879, when the property with the original building was [...]

28 12, 2019

University Gallery N

2020-11-16T14:19:38+01:00Categories: Monuments and culture|Tags: |

The Gallery of the Design Department at the Textile Faculty of the Liberec Technical University is housed in a former ancillary theatre building. The extensively reconstructed premises are mainly used to exhibit the work of students, teachers and graduates from art schools, as well as artists. [...]

27 12, 2019

The Schmelowský Villa

2021-02-08T15:26:16+01:00Categories: Architecture for connoisseurs, Monuments and culture|Tags: , |

Experts consider the villa to be an excellent example of the aerodynamic functionalism of the Wroclaw school. It was designed by the architect Heinrich Lauterbach for the dermatologist Friedrich Schmelowský and his wife Marie. The Schmelowský Villa stands in a quiet area of greenery. From Opletalova [...]

23 12, 2019

The Kantor Villa

2021-02-08T15:36:34+01:00Categories: Architecture for connoisseurs, Monuments and culture|Tags: , , |

The Jablonec Doctor, Alfréd Kantor, had his family villa designed by the architect Heinrich Kulka, a pupil and long-time colleague of the internationally renowned architect Adolf Loos. The villa stands at the busy intersection of Palackého and U Přehrady Streets and it is highly reminiscent of [...]

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