The landmark of the town, which cannot be missed by anyone, is the Church of Nativity of Virgin Mary.
Whole Article Monday, 14. March 2011 | Author
In October 1900, construction of an Evangelical church was completed on the hillside of Šibeník Hill near Úpická Street.
Whole Article Sunday, 13. March 2011 | Author
The Church of St Václav (Wenceslas) in the Upper Old Town was first mentioned in chronicle in 1313.
Whole Article Saturday, 12. March 2011 | Author
The neo-Gothic Church of St Peter and Paul in Poříčí was built at the turn of the 19 th and 20 th centuries according to the design of the Trutnov builder Vincenz Baier.
Whole Article Friday, 11. March 2011 | Author
The Chapel of St John the Baptist was built on the initiative of Jan Mořic Dreyschock on Janský Hill in the year 1714.
Whole Article Thursday, 10. March 2011 | Author
The present-day town cemetery was built in Horní Předměstí (the Upper Suburb) in the year 1875.
Whole Article Wednesday, 9. March 2011 | Author
The 1728 Baroque sculptural group of the Deposition of St Jan of Nepomuk is one of the few sculptural monuments of Trutnov preserved until the present.
Whole Article Tuesday, 8. March 2011 | Author