Chateau park
Today's appearance of the chateau and park precisely derives from the Světlá blessed the 19th century. Certain modifications were already in the years 1821 and 1843, but in the years 1869 to 1873 were the chateau and park rebuilding by Franz Josef of Salm-Reifferscheidt. Park underwent an English landscaping, its components have become too small garden buildings, all of which are still visible mainly stone benches, gazebos, Angels and Devil's Bridge over the stony ravine below the overflow ponds, stone bridges and birch, and so on. Park covers an area of ​​about 16 hectares, stands of trees in the park are of interest to forest character. Earlier treatment is most evident around the chateau, the park was divided north-south axis. An important sights of the local park are remnants of Alpine with lily pools below the lower pond. Now the second half of the 19th century was a time of establishment of the first Alpina in our country, so it is a very pleasant sight.
Right on the edge of the chateau park can be found a stone monument of the founder of Czech scouting A. B. Svojsík poet and scout Jiří Wolker.

Excursions in glass factory

Glass factory Bohemia Machine
Bohemia Machine Ltd., was founded in 1992. At the beginning of its development was focused on the nascent private utility glass grinding plant, which recalled by level machines and their accessories. After gaining initial experience and the market saturation company turned its attention to the transforming Czech glass factories. During 1993 has rapidly grown thanks to the professions which today is able to process order from entering studies to complex turnkey handover.
The tour Glass factory Bohemia Machine - involves the interpretation of a glass factory and glass production, the possibility of deflation own product and purchase in the showroom.


Monument to the victims I and II World War
In 2009, shortly before the anniversary of the foundation of Czechoslovakia was on the left bank of the Sázava opposite lock installed a new memorial to the victims I and II World War. Author and implementer of the statue's sculptor Otakar Marcin teacher Sculptire centers Lipnice n. S. transportation and installation of the pupils made by Sculpture centers Lipnice n. S.
Sandstone building. Pedestal with inscription and abstract sculpture, bounded by four sandstone columns.


Location: Světlá, on the left bank of the river Sazava, opposite the castle
Inscription:
"VICTIMS OF
WOLD
WARS
1914-1918
1939-1945 "


Medieval underground
Underground corridors with a total length of 200 m and their primary purpose, speak no written sources. It is likely that some of the tunnels were built as part of the cellars and probably originated as an exploratory gallery in attempts to mine ore. According to folk tales have been associated with other underground spaces of the historic town, went under the river Sazava to chateau and led to the castle Lipnice nad Sazavou. A detailed survey however did not confirm these legends. Underground passages ceased to be used the end of 19th century and almost forgotten. Only in the years 1999 2002 a group of local enthusiasts cleared the system of tunnels to be made available to visitors. Guidance services are provided information center.
The largest previously known part of underground tunnels located northeast of the wenceslas church. The total length of underground passages is nearly 200 meters and all face and adit ending in solid rock.
Age underground formation has not been precisely determined yet. Given that the oldest underground entrances are situated near relatively significant tectonic structures, it can not be excluded that the first exploratory nature of work has been conducted on the ore prospectors sometime in the late 13th century, as we know from nearly towns Havlickuv Brod, Ledeč n. S., Jihlava and others. All indications are that underground arisen gradually and probably with the owners and changed its use. Character excavation and analogous comparison with similar parts of our other medieval towns can assume that Světlá underground was created in its final form probably in the 15th century. This is evidenced in particular the quality of the work performed. 

Guided tours of the medieval underground ensures Tourist Information Center - more information HERE.

Town hall
Original late-baroque town hall building rectangular plan with a hipped roof from r. 1795 was the year. 1912 was repaired and rebuilt arch. Emil Prückner from Nymburk. With the ongoing development center object is not sufficient for its needs, and therefore was r. 1926 to the east side wall of the old house built three-storey building with a loft, which due to the plan resembles a tower.
A fundamental change occurred even year 2002 when it was realized extension on the west side closer to the church. It was conceived as a way to achieve symmetry of the building, so there was built a three-storey building of similar, though not identical in appearance as in the case of extension of the year 1926. After this successful last adjustment, the Town Hall has become perfectly symmetrical, the original building from the late 18th century forming a middle part. The object is thus ranked among the most beautiful buildings in the city.
Before the West Wing of City Hall beneath the trees is a stone fountain, the work of the local master stonemason John Schlesinger from the year 1825. It consists of a vase on a granite pedestal in which there is a water jet. Work represents a long local tradition set in stone.


Jewish cemetery
The local Jewish cemetery was founded in 1887. By 1886 people were buried in the old cemetery from 1742 - but it tombstones were taken away during the Nazi occupation. The new cemetery was preserved about 170 tombstones, some of which were brought here from the canceled cemeteries in Uhlířské Janovice and Lower Kralovice. They are stored along the southern and south-eastern wall of the cemetery. The oldest gravestone in the cemetery is dated to the 1760th.


Commemorative plaque Jaroslav Hasek
Location: Svetla nad Sazavou Nadrazni facade of the station building

Inscription:

"MAKE A GOOD DEGREE,

LET ME NOT FALL FOAM,

I'LL BE BACK IN A MOMENT."

ORDERED A BEER JAROSLAV HASEK 

IN NÁDRAŽNÍ PUB IN PRAGUE TĚŠNOV AND AFTER

WHAT BUMPED PAINTER JAROSLAV PANUŠKA.

BUT HE NEVER RETURNED. WHICH OF 25 AT 12:37 8.1921

SPEAKERS BOTH FROM THE TRAIN OS 12 IN SVĚTLÁ N. S.

THE WALK TO LIPNICE LASTED UNTIL MIDNIGHT. "

Church of St. Wenceslas

The church was probably built together with the establishment of local settlements in the second half of the 12th century. In the 14th century in the Světlá indicates the parish church and rectory. During the reign Černín church was rebuilt in Renaissance style. Further expansion took place in 1722. The equipment of the church dates from the 18th and early 19th centuries. The church tower has a characteristic wooden floor and on it placed a total of four bells, the largest of which, dedicated to St. Wenceslas comes from the 1569.

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