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House land-registry no.326 in Hradební Street

Hradební 326/26
Nymburk, 288 02

Small house of neo-Classical origin, shown on its present ground plan already in the cadastral map of 1842.
 
 

The small house in Hradební Street, originally neo-Classical, is recorded in the year 1842, attached to the medieval town wall with a bastion. The streets at this site originated in the 18th century when the walls lost their defence character and poorer inhabitants were granted permission to attach their houses on cheap plots to the walls, often with bricks taken from the town wall. People here included junk dealers, cobblers, labourers, tailors, bricklayers, as well as a knacker.

The preserved part of the fortifications is notable in terms of architectural statics, and also because it was apparently topped by a roof of flat-laid bricks leaning towards the town.

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