The Prague – Bystrzyca Klodzka route can be completed with three transfers, the first one waiting for you in Pardubice, the second in Ústí nad Orlicí and the last in Miedzylesie. Count on about four hours on the road. Due to the low frequency of connections, it is necessary to take the train from the main railway station in Prague at 4:49 a.m.
You can take a direct train from Wroclaw to Bystrzyca Klodzka at 8:15 a.m. If it is too early for you, you can also choose the bus variant at 9:10 a.m., but, in this case, you will not avoid a transfer in Klodzko.Praha - Bystrzyca Klodzka
We will learn how to build a fire by using a flint, a stone and also by using chemical agents. We will build various constructions from matches and matchboxes, and, at the same time, we will be able to create our own design of matchbox labels. We will meet with the founder of the Museum of Phillumeny, Helena Getterowa, and also with the Czech nobleman, Havel of Lemberk, who is credited for the founding of the city.
Havel of Lemberk was a Czech nobleman who was rewarded with the post of Kladsko castellan for his faithful service to King Václav I.
Helena Getterowa was a cultural and educational activist, a Kladsko area patriot and mainly an initiator of the establishment of the local Museum of Phillumeny, where she worked as a director for several years afterwards.
Havel from Lemberk was the first of the House of Lemberk. However, more known is his wife, Zdislava of Lemberk, who was canonized in 1995. As a married couple they most likely had four
children. For several years the Lemberks were recognized as the Lords of Kladsko, however, their land was later on confiscated.
… on the area in front of the museum in the so-called Small Square (Malé náměstí) is located a stone pillory from 1556, which is one of the few preserved historical sites from the period of Silesian judiciary?