Stramberk - Czech Republic - C. XIII
Approx. Nº of pieces: 3.500
Difficulty degree: 7/10
Sizes (Mm.): 265 x 400 x 400
The monument and its history
Stramberk is located on a small mountain town in the region of Moravian, Czech Republic. Was founded by the Moravian margrave Jan Jindřich Lucemburský (1322-1375), son of the Czech King Jan Lucemburský (1296-1346). It was recorded on 1211 that the Castle surrounds acquire the statute of a town.
A dominant feature of both town and environs are the ruins of the Castle Strallenberg with its cylindrical tower called Trúba. unique in its architecture is a set of Wallahian timbered cottages from the 18th and 19th century, now most of these are under urban conservation.