It has been one most preserved apothecaries with a Baroque interior in the whole Europe.
During the years 1547 – 1559 a new town – hall was built up at the top of the main square, with a high, slim tower made of dark.
Subterranean crypt concealed under the Jesuit church was established during the church construction in the early 1770s
Dominican friars settled near the town walls as soon as in the 13th century
The exhibits represent the very best of world glass production.
Jesuit Church of Virgin Mary's Immaculate Conception and of St. Ignatius often labelled as the Baroque art germ of southwest Bohemia originated in the second half of the 17th and in the 18th centuries as part of the Klatovy Jesuit college.
The so-called White Tower built in 1581.
Visitors can find a permanent exhibition on history of the Klatovy region
They were silent witnesses of the economic expansion period, the most important one in this royal town’s history.
Two belts of town walls made of stones were erected around Klatovy in order to protect the medieval town.