Žulová Castle

A truly unique and rare structure in the Jeseník region, converted into its present form in the early 19th century. The castle, subsequently converted into a church, is located in the townlet of Žulová. From the original structure, only the tower has survived and is presently used as a bell tower. This place, which, from the time it was originally constructed in 1290, repelled Swedish raiders and served as a defensive bastion during the Thirty Year War, is an interesting excursion destination for all fans of historical buildings and architecture.

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