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In the urban conservation area Tachov are three churches. The most prominent of these is the Archdeacon Church of the Assumption of the Virgin Mary. Originally it was an early Gothic church built around 1329. He underwent modifications in the 60th and 70 of the 14th century. After large fires in the late 15th century and in the 16th century has been fixed already in the late Gothic style. He kept a shrine to this day, was also respected in the latest neo-Gothic treatment in 1904 – 1908.Na end of the Second World War, the church was destroyed by bombing. Northern ship was destroyed and hallway, which have already left, while the ship was repaired. Inventory of the church is Baroque. The main altar was made in 1663 in addition to the image of the Virgin Mary is decorated with statues of St.. Paul and Peter. Most internal equipment comes from the 70 years of the 17th century.

The oldest city church is the church. Vaclav 13th century. Before the construction of the Church of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary parish held a function. She passed on him in the period of repair or destruction of arch decanal church. The church burned down, but was rebuilt in 1561. From 16 century church. Vaclav usually mentioned as „old“ or „graveyard“. In 1786 the church was closed and deconsecrated. Then he bought genus Windischgrätz, who built the family tomb. In 1876 was canceled and the adjacent cemetery and after twenty years converted into a park. After the Second World War, the church managed Brethren Church. From 1992 to 1993 the church got a new roof. From 2002 to 2004, conducted an extensive renovation. Were also reconstructed tombs, which are typical for this church. The oldest of them date from the 15th century.

Church. And St. Mary Magdalene. Rostislav is part of the convent of the Franciscan order. It is a baroque church. where since 1959 a museum of Czech forest used as a museum. In the temple are precious organ from the mid-18th century. One of the largest instruments of its time, which have survived.

GPS position

N 49° 47.788', E 12° 38.008'