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Town Hall tower - Kadaň

Mírové náměstí 1
Kadaň, 432 01

The monument is accessible for free

Monument will be open: 11.9.2021 to 12.9.2021: from 10:00 to 16:00 hours

Free admission during EHD.

Responsible person
Name: Petr
Family name: Liebscher
Phone: 602104242
The only surviving part of a Gothic Town Hall from the first half of the 14th century is the unusual tower. On the ascent, visitors can see an exhibition on the history of the Town Hall, and on the gallery they can view copper plates identifying the panoramas in all the four cardinal directions. The only surviving part of a Gothic Town Hall from the first half of the 14th century is the unusual tower. On the ascent, visitors can see an exhibition on the history of the Town Hall, and on the gallery they can view copper plates identifying the panoramas in all the four cardinal directions. The only surviving part of a Gothic Town Hall from the first half of the 14th century is the unusual tower. On the ascent, visitors can see an exhibition on the history of the Town Hall, and on the gallery they can view copper plates identifying the panoramas in all the four cardinal directions. The only surviving part of a Gothic Town Hall from the first half of the 14th century is the unusual tower. On the ascent, visitors can see an exhibition on the history of the Town Hall, and on the gallery they can view copper plates identifying the panoramas in all the four cardinal directions. The only surviving part of a Gothic Town Hall from the first half of the 14th century is the unusual tower. On the ascent, visitors can see an exhibition on the history of the Town Hall, and on the gallery they can view copper plates identifying the panoramas in all the four cardinal directions. The only surviving part of a Gothic Town Hall from the first half of the 14th century is the unusual tower. On the ascent, visitors can see an exhibition on the history of the Town Hall, and on the gallery they can view copper plates identifying the panoramas in all the four cardinal directions. The only surviving part of a Gothic Town Hall from the first half of the 14th century is the unusual tower. On the ascent, visitors can see an exhibition on the history of the Town Hall, and on the gallery they can view copper plates identifying the panoramas in all the four cardinal directions. The only surviving part of a Gothic Town Hall from the first half of the 14th century is the unusual tower. On the ascent, visitors can see an exhibition on the history of the Town Hall, and on the gallery they can view copper plates identifying the panoramas in all the four cardinal directions. The only surviving part of a Gothic Town Hall from the first half of the 14th century is the unusual tower. On the ascent, visitors can see an exhibition on the history of the Town Hall, and on the gallery they can view copper plates identifying the panoramas in all the four cardinal directions. The only surviving part of a Gothic Town Hall from the first half of the 14th century is the unusual tower. On the ascent, visitors can see an exhibition on the history of the Town Hall, and on the gallery they can view copper plates identifying the panoramas in all the four cardinal directions. The only surviving part of a Gothic Town Hall from the first half of the 14th century is the unusual tower. On the ascent, visitors can see an exhibition on the history of the Town Hall, and on the gallery they can view copper plates identifying the panoramas in all the four cardinal directions. The only surviving part of a Gothic Town Hall from the first half of the 14th century is the unusual tower. On the ascent, visitors can see an exhibition on the history of the Town Hall, and on the gallery they can view copper plates identifying the panoramas in all the four cardinal directions. The only surviving part of a Gothic Town Hall from the first half of the 14th century is the unusual tower. On the ascent, visitors can see an exhibition on the history of the Town Hall, and on the gallery they can view copper plates identifying the panoramas in all the four cardinal directions. The only surviving part of a Gothic Town Hall from the first half of the 14th century is the unusual tower. On the ascent, visitors can see an exhibition on the history of the Town Hall, and on the gallery they can view copper plates identifying the panoramas in all the four cardinal directions. The only surviving part of a Gothic Town Hall from the first half of the 14th century is the unusual tower. On the ascent, visitors can see an exhibition on the history of the Town Hall, and on the gallery they can view copper plates identifying the panoramas in all the four cardinal directions. The only surviving part of a Gothic Town Hall from the first half of the 14th century is the unusual tower. On the ascent, visitors can see an exhibition on the history of the Town Hall, and on the gallery they can view copper plates identifying the panoramas in all the four cardinal directions. The only surviving part of a Gothic Town Hall from the first half of the 14th century is the unusual tower. On the ascent, visitors can see an exhibition on the history of the Town Hall, and on the gallery they can view copper plates identifying the panoramas in all the four cardinal directions.
 
 

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