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Meinert family tomb

It is a romantic building from the 1st half. 19th st. a single copy of the princely tomb of Weimar. The tomb was built for the Countess Josephine Pachtová who died r. 1833 to lock in bartošovice. The tomb also contained the remains of her life companion, Professor Joseph George Meinert (+1844) and their son Hugo Meinert.

At the entrance to the tomb is preserved inscription „Die Leib burn Nimmer auf“ („Love never pass away“), which legend says: Josephine Canal de Malabail (* 1771 in the castle of bartošovice) inherited from his parents Bartošovický estate Sedlnice hereditary and fens. She married Count Pachta of Rájov laying born son Charles. After a brief marriage Josephine left her husband and child took Professor Josef Jiří Meinert. He succumbed to the charm and Josephine Josefíninu his love back. Her behavior at the time it was received with indignation and were forced to travel at some time in Berlin, where they had a daughter and son Hugo Fany.

GPS position

N 49° 40.257', E 18° 3.153'



Geopark Podbeskydí / Občanské sdružení Hájenka
Ing. Dalibor Kvita