Via Crucis in Římov: XXIII. CalvaryYour model is disabled. For more details go to Edit properties3D Model
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A small steep hill, on which three high wooden crosses, restored in 1840, are mounted. The crucified figures are painted on a cut sheet metal. The middle cross, which is the highest one, carries the Christ himself, the lateral crosses carry the bodies of two thieves - Dismas and Gesmas. Between the crosses, there are stone statues of Virgin Mary, Saint John a Saint Mary Magdalene, created in 1705 by Friedrich Haslinger of Horn.
Římov, Czech Republic, Europe