Květa Křížová, Vladimír Dolínek, Kateřina Cichrová
The National Heritage Institute and heritage conservation
The Czech Republic is a country full of historic buildings. Many of them are owned by the state, and the National Heritage Institute (NPÚ) looks after them. We tell you their stories and open their gates to you, allowing them to live and develop into this millennium. We also research historic buildings, and provide assistance to all those who look after them. We are proud of every chapel, wooden cottage, mansion, brewery and unique bridge that has been rescued, and we are keen to show them to you.
what NPÚ does
We help people look after historic buildings in our country
We research historic buildings and their care, evaluate our findings and put them into practice
We look after castles, country houses and palaces owned by the state
We open historic buildings to the public, so you can enjoy their beauty and learn about their value
10. 3. 2020
Mr. Barney Sloane, EAC Director, couldn´t miss last EAC annual meeting held 5 to 7 March 2020 in Prague. In a given interview he has assessed the meeting and relations...
8. 7. 2019
Two successful projects for the Czech Republic at once, after sixteen years! The number of Czech heritage sites included in the UNESCO World Heritage List has increased...
2. 5. 2019
Like many cultural institutions worldwide, the National Heritage Institute in the Czech Republic this year celebrates the 500th anniversary of the death of the brilliant...
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