Atmosphere full of adventure and romance

A city with many mysterious lanes, squares, churches and gardens.

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Meeting places

Experience the town’s rich history associated with bishops, archbishops and the inhabitants.

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Guided tours of churches

Visit many churches free of charge thanks to the Open Gate project.

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Max Švabinský Memorial

One of the most famous native sons of Kroměříž

Karel Kryl Exhibit

The famous Kroměříž native

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Permanent exhibit of the Kroměříž Museum

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Permanent exhibit of the Kroměříž Museum

The Max Švabinský Memorial was opened as a permanent exhibit of the Kroměříž Museum in October of 1976. The greatest changes in the exhibit were made in 2002, when the design, furnishings and content of the display were updated. The new exhibit was designed by art historian Jana Orlíková in collaboration with museum staff, and the opening was held in April 2003 with Zuzana Švabinská - Vejrychová, the artist’s adopted daughter, in attendance. Švabinský’s work is chronologically presented in six rooms, with nearly 130 originals (oil paintings, prints and drawings) representing his seven-decade career. The works are also presented in Jana Orlíková’s catalogue entitled Okouzlený milovník života [Enraptured by Life].



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