Cesta opata Fortunáta Hartmanna (1755-1779). Příspěvek k barokní topografii Plaska
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ABBOT FORTUNÁT HARTMANN’S PATH (1755–1779). A CONTRIBUTION TO THE BAROQUE TOPOGRAPHY OF THE PLASY REGION
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The Cistercian Monastery in Plasy (1145–1785) gave the large domain situated in Western Bohemia a clear road network which has been apparent till today; one of the most significant paths boasting rich iconography and a clearly apparent late–Baroque concept of decorations is the “old Plasy path” which has linked the Plasy monastery, the Sechutice farmyard, the provostry in Mariánská Týnice and the Hubenov farmyard for more than eight centuries. Iconographic sources (vedute from the turn of the late 18th and early 19th centuries), maps (Mauritius Vogt, 1729, Adnreas and Johann Wiehl, the early 19th century) and written documents (Tilia plassensis, 1729, Breve teinicense, about 1767) document the unusual stability of landscape links whose preservativ is the objective of regional projects.
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