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Tower of the Deanery Church

The big tower of the Dean's Church of the Nativity of the Virgin Mary in Písek, a total of 72 m in height, was built in 1489 as a municipal watchtower. At a height of 42 metres, there was a guard’s flat. In 1555 the tower was damaged by fire. The characteristic image of it was supplemented by 4 clock faces with inverted hands after the mid-19th century. You can climb to the gallery by a comfortable a 210-step wooden staircase. As you ascend, you will also see four modern bells with a total weight of 3.3 tons.

Terms of the visits (reservation necessary):

XI-II Sat (except holidays) 13, 14, 15 h
III-V, IX-X Sat, Sun, holidays 13, 14, 15 h
VI daily except Mon 13, 14, 15, 16 h
VII-VIII daily except Mon 13, 14, 15, 16, 17 h

New in 2019 to 530 years of foundation of the Tower of Písek - evening visits on Fridays VI-VII  22 h, VIII 21 h

Due to limited number of participants in one tour we recommend previous on-line reservation of the tower visit

visit for groups of min. 5 and max. 15 people can be also arranged on request, please contact the Tourist information centre Písek.

Entrance fee – voluntary

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