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I really love this place, so peacefull, so historical and set in amazing nature. This monastery is a museum today. However, museum exibition is not well organized (that's the reason why I gave 4 "stars").
Such a breathtaking experience visiting this monastery. It's situated in the beautiful nature and you can just feel how the monks lived and worked there. Monks spent most of their lives living in complete silence. They also had rights to make beer, legal rights and...More
Well preserved monastery, which gives a great insight in the working of a monastery, where part of the monks were living in solitude; you can visit some of their homes inside the monastery. Church services are still held in the church. Explanations in the museum...More
For the entrance price, you can have a tour around some od the open for tourists areas o the Klastor, this takes relatively short amount of time to see it all. You might get a chance to hear monks singing which is nice thanks to...More
We have been here many times but it is nice to see they have done a lot of restauration work. The exhibition shows you how the monks used to live centuries ago and what they were busy with. There is also a wonderful view on...More
A lot of people visit Cerveny Kláŝtor on foot and/or biking. It is a way to do. However, if you plan to travel by car (like us) do not waste opportunity of see the other great sights in the area. First, the Kláŝtor public parking...More
Cerveny Klastor is a monastary founded in the 14th century.by Carthusian monks. They lived there in prayer and seclusion until 1565 when there order was dissolved during the reformation. In 1705 the monastary was given to the Camaldolese order from Italy. Monk Cyprian a dedicated...More