View to the EastA local church can be seen over the roofs.
View to the WestAnother part of the square and a large white church. The railway station is also located in the eastern part of the town.
View to the NorthSmall public garden.
Webcams on the main square of Krnov, a town in the northeastern part of the country, right near the Polish border. The town was founded in 1221 and has a very long and interesting history.
Today the town is very interesting for tourists thanks to many of its historical sights which are very well preserved. Among them are Krnov Castle, Town Hall, Lookout Tower, Church of Virgin Mary on Cvilín Hill and the famous Krnov Synagogue, one of the few large synagogues that have survived after the Nazi occupation of Europe.