Janov (village)

The village covers the elevation between the valleys of the rivers Kamenice and Suchá Kamenice. It was the seat of raftsmen and weavers and an enclave of the Česká Kamenice mansion (held by the Kinskýs) in the territory of the Bynovec estate (held by the Clary-Aldringens).

There are several well-preserved original houses (timbered houses with a half-timbered upper floor), and the architectural attractions include the Late Baroque St. John of Nepomuk Chapel and the Dutch-type wind mill.


Česká republika
50° 51' 33.9228" N, 14° 15' 58.842" E


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