St. Nicholas Church, Cheb

St. Nicholas Church is a cultural monument registered in the list of immovable cultural monuments of the Czech Republic under registry number 19124/4-3633. It represents an important urban church in the Bohemian context. The structure spans numerous architectural styles. The basic part consists of a Late Roman urban parish sanctuary, of which the western portal, the twin towers on the eastern side and some secondary elements have been preserved to this day.

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Conservation of sculptural decorations on the enclosure of the First Courtyard of Prague Castle, Prague - Hradčany

 The sculptural decorations form part of the massive fencing of the First Courtyard of Prague Castle and, at the same time, part of the main entrance to the Prague Castle premises. The courtyard enclosure consists of a decorative grille filling the space between eight pillars (pylons) of sandstone blocks, with statues on each of the blocks.

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Repair of fencing, retaining wall and walls of the adjacent structures, Italská street, Prague 3

The public contract involves repairs of the fencing, retaining wall and adjacent courtyard structures and historical buildings. The property is an "immovable cultural monument" registered under reg. No. ÚSKP 40964/1-1795, and therefore the work related to the repair of the retaining wall (stone wall, forged railing), fencing and façades of the courtyard structures is classified as restoration with the participation of restorers – holders of the relevant licence from the Ministry of Culture.

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Reconstruction of the castle walls of the Imperial Palace, Cheb Castle, Cheb

 The first mention of Cheb Castle dates back to the beginning of the 12th century. The history of the castle was often connected with the Štauf family, which produced a number of Roman-German kings and emperors. One of them was Friedrich Barbarossa, who had the original building converted into an imperial palace at the end of the 12th century. The outer defence ramparts with the Black Tower, two-floor Romanesque-Gothic chapel of St. Erhart and Ursula and the ruins of the palace have been preserved to the present day. In the 17th century the castle was rebuild as a Baroque fortress, but was it later abandoned and gradually fell into ruin. Today it is part of the Cheb protected heritage zone.

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