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Královo Pole

místní část města Brno, okr. Brno-město

     
Název:
Name:
Královo Pole
Originální název:
Original Name:
Královo Pole
Další názvy:
Other Names:
Brno - Královo Pole,
Königsfeld
Kénig (hantec)
Kénik (hantec)
Krpole (lidové označení brňany)
Nižší územní celek:
Lower Administrative Area:
Brno
GPS souřadnice:
GPS Coordinates:
49°13'21.00"N 16°35'44.00"E
Místní části:
Local Municipalities:
-
První písemná zmínka:
First Written Reference:
1240
Vojenské objekty:
Military Objects:

Telegrafní kasárny
Památky:
Historical Sights, Places of Interest:
Tvrz Královo Pole (zaniklá)
Kartouza (bývalý klášter kartuziánů)
Kostel Nejsvětější Trojice (bývalý klášterní kostel kartuziánů)
Semilasso (Besední dům)
Empírový zámeček na Kociánce
Jaruškův dům
Základní škola Slovanské náměstí 2
Husův sbor
Alpa
Socha Piety
Socha sv. Jana Nepomuckého
Socha sv. Floriána
Muzea:
Museums:
Technické muzeum v Brně
Osobnosti:
Personalities:
Dislokované jednotky:
Garrisoned Units:
Průmyslové podniky:
Industry:
Vlajka:
Banner:
-
Znak:
Coat of Arms:
-
Poznámka:
Note:
Královo Pole bylo k Brnu připojeno ve dvou etapách v letech 1850 a 1919.
Zdroje:
Sources:
https://cs.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kr%C3%A1lovo_Pole
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the Monastery of the carthusians with the church of the Holy Trinity

The former monastery of the carthusians with the church of the Holy Trinity is located in the municipal district of Brno - Královo pole on the street Božětěchově. While the church is used for religious purposes, so the building of the monastery now uses the Faculty of information technology brno UNIVERSITY of technology. It is the only preserved kartouzí on the territory of the CZECH republic.

The church with the monastery founded by 13. August 1375 moravian margrave John Henry from his wife, Elizabeth Oettigenskou and sons Joštem, Jan Soběslavem and Prokop (Prokop was later buried in the church of the Angels chapel). The monastery donated the estates, including the fortress, which was located in the place where was the monastery with the church exposed. The construction of the church and monastery continued until the year 1387. Its gothic form then retained until the mid-18th. century, when it was baroque rebuilt.
Already 15 years after the completion of construction (i.e., about 1402) burned out, probably own fault (the monastery with the church then had to burn out his own hand probably yet again) and before long was during the hussite wars looted and set on fire three times (especially the 1428), then it vyplenily and ignited the Hungarian troops in 1468. at the beginning of the thirty years 'war one has become the target of the looting of the estates' armies. The troops of the Swedish it their "visit" "honor" three times. Especially about the condition of the monastery complex earned during the siege of Brno the year 1643. Finally, here zařádilo and soldiers of the prussian. But at that time was in addition to the church already have a monastery a long time ago the military kasárenským the object of which helped Joseph II. your reform year 1782, when the carthusian order set aside (18. January) and later here then already set up the above-mentioned barracks. You serve the austrian, respectively the austro-Hungarian army, with the year 1877, there was established the cadet school, and in the use of the army was up to the year 1918, when the barracks took čs. the army, which is used with a wartime break, until 1963, when it took over the Brno UNIVERSITY of technology. However, before the order was canceled about a major rebuilding in the baroque spirit deserved the last prior Athanasio Gottfried. These extensive works were commenced sometime around the year 1760.

The church was fundamentally rebuilt inside and out. The side chapel painted in the years 1766 to 1779, Franz Anton Maulbertsch. In the choir is situated elaborately carved bench. In the 60's. years 18. century they were taken valuable altar originating from the workshop of andreas Schweigl, and further images of the twelve apostles, which are the work of Josef Stern.

Sources:
cs.wikipedia.org
http://www.hrady.cz/index.php?OID=2657.
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