Today a visit to the southeastern part of the Municipality of Petrohrad. This part of Petrohrad contains a number of small villages, but also the town of Sobotka (see part 2). Also some of Petrohrad's castles are located in the southeast.
The first village of our tour is Bousov. Founded somewhere in the Middle Ages, but none of the original buildings survive. Above the village is the castle of Kublovice. The village of Kublovice is located just to the right of the castle, but not visible here.
The castle of Kublovice was built in the XIIth century and only ruins have survived to this day. It was used for defence purposes only.
Surrounding the village a numerous farms.
The village of Kublovice. As you can see it is very small and consist of small church and some houses.
The village of Humprecht. Within its boundaries a small parish church and next to it a small fortress from the XVth century. On the opposite river bank a small chapel from the XIIth century.
A close up of Humprecht.
Finally, a view of the village of Strakov.To the left part of Kublovice is still visible.
In part 2 we'll visit an additional castle and the town of Sobotka.