This prehistoric Menhir, with height of 3.3 m (11 ft) the tallest in the Czech Republic. It is an upright, lonely standing
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This prehistoric Menhir, with height of 3.3 m (11 ft) the tallest in the Czech Republic. It is an upright, lonely standing stone, called Zkamenělý pastýř(“Shepherd turned-into-stone”) or Kamenný muž (“Stone Man”), in a field several hundred metres northwest of the village, close to the road towards Telce.
Local Church (building) of Saint Lawrence dates back to 14th century, but it was rebuilt between 1729 and 1736.