While walking and sightseeing in Krnov, a beautiful Silesian town, you can use a small, handy and smart box – an audioguide. The appliance is intended for those who want to discover historical monuments alone, without a tour guide. In a tourist information ...
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A bordering peak Biskupská kupa, 900 meters high, with a lookout tower on the top, dominates this entire part of Moravskoslezský district. The lookout tower is the oldest brick tower in Jeseníky region. It was made of stone in 1898 by a German touristic corporation MSSGV (Zuckmantel section in Zlaté Hory) on the occasion of 50 years ruling of emperor František Josef I. Its height is 18 meters. After the World War II, the tower was closed for public and it served as a broadcasting transmitter. In 1996, a total reconstruction started and in summer of 1998, the tower was re-opened.
Since April 2006, a posthouse has been restored and you can send out letter post both domestic and international. Within high visibility, you can see as far as Wroclaw (Poland) or you can see the peaks of High Tatras. Opened daily from May to October, other months at weekends and bank holidays only.