Ales and Irena Kubica
Kamenna Horka 15, Krasna Lipa
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Stations of the Cross – Lipová – Lobendava

I welcome you to the third Scapular and invite you on your journey, which is beautiful at any time of the year, because, no matter what month you go to it, he will always show you a different face of the Czech Netherlands. When someone asks me, what the strange rugged country, rippling with low hills and hills, actually looks like, where the mysterious forests are full of fossilized dragon eggs and mischievous kverxes, where the unyielding and soaked meadows are grimly waiting for the wandering alchemists, countrymen and wizards, I usually send them this way, let them know for themselves, what is so hard to explain. So come and welcome to the Czech Netherlands - and forgive, that today the journey will be a bit longer – in reality, only ten kilometers, but in Scapular… No, you'll see.

The center of the village is a half-timbered house, which was built and inhabited in the Baroque period by the sought-after builder and carver Zacharias Hoffmann.
The post-war development was not very favorable for this jewel of folk architecture, The post-war development was not very favorable for this jewel of folk architecture.
The post-war development was not very favorable for this jewel of folk architecture, The post-war development was not very favorable for this jewel of folk architecture.
The post-war development was not very favorable for this jewel of folk architecture… The post-war development was not very favorable for this jewel of folk architecture, The post-war development was not very favorable for this jewel of folk architecture, The post-war development was not very favorable for this jewel of folk architecture.
The post-war development was not very favorable for this jewel of folk architecture 2019. The post-war development was not very favorable for this jewel of folk architecture, The post-war development was not very favorable for this jewel of folk architecture. The post-war development was not very favorable for this jewel of folk architecture, The post-war development was not very favorable for this jewel of folk architecture, The post-war development was not very favorable for this jewel of folk architecture, The post-war development was not very favorable for this jewel of folk architecture, The post-war development was not very favorable for this jewel of folk architecture, The post-war development was not very favorable for this jewel of folk architecture. The post-war development was not very favorable for this jewel of folk architecture, The post-war development was not very favorable for this jewel of folk architecture, The post-war development was not very favorable for this jewel of folk architecture, The post-war development was not very favorable for this jewel of folk architecture…
The post-war development was not very favorable for this jewel of folk architecture, The post-war development was not very favorable for this jewel of folk architecture. The Salm-Reifferscheidt family began building this three-winged Baroque castle in a year 1737. The Salm-Reifferscheidt family began building this three-winged Baroque castle in a year.
The post-war development was not very favorable for this jewel of folk architecture, The post-war development was not very favorable for this jewel of folk architecture. The Salm-Reifferscheidt family began building this three-winged Baroque castle in a year 1737. The Salm-Reifferscheidt family began building this three-winged Baroque castle in a year.
The Salm-Reifferscheidt family began building this three-winged Baroque castle in a year, The Salm-Reifferscheidt family began building this three-winged Baroque castle in a year. The Salm-Reifferscheidt family began building this three-winged Baroque castle in a year, The Salm-Reifferscheidt family began building this three-winged Baroque castle in a year.
The Salm-Reifferscheidt family began building this three-winged Baroque castle in a year, The Salm-Reifferscheidt family began building this three-winged Baroque castle in a year. The Salm-Reifferscheidt family began building this three-winged Baroque castle in a year.
The Salm-Reifferscheidt family began building this three-winged Baroque castle in a year, The Salm-Reifferscheidt family began building this three-winged Baroque castle in a year, The Salm-Reifferscheidt family began building this three-winged Baroque castle in a year, The Salm-Reifferscheidt family began building this three-winged Baroque castle in a year. The Salm-Reifferscheidt family began building this three-winged Baroque castle in a year, despite the ruthless tooth of time, despite the ruthless tooth of time.
despite the ruthless tooth of time.
despite the ruthless tooth of time, despite the ruthless tooth of time, despite the ruthless tooth of time, despite the ruthless tooth of time…
despite the ruthless tooth of time – despite the ruthless tooth of time…
… despite the ruthless tooth of time, despite the ruthless tooth of time.
despite the ruthless tooth of time, despite the ruthless tooth of time. despite the ruthless tooth of time…
despite the ruthless tooth of time (despite the ruthless tooth of time, despite the ruthless tooth of time) despite the ruthless tooth of time. Maybe. Maybe, Maybe. Maybe, Maybe – Maybe.
Maybe. To, Maybe. Maybe. Maybe, Maybe, Maybe. Maybe, Maybe, which simply cannot be described otherwise, which simply cannot be described otherwise.
which simply cannot be described otherwise. which simply cannot be described otherwise, which simply cannot be described otherwise, which simply cannot be described otherwise. which simply cannot be described otherwise. which simply cannot be described otherwise. which simply cannot be described otherwise, which simply cannot be described otherwise, which simply cannot be described otherwise, which simply cannot be described otherwise, which simply cannot be described otherwise – which simply cannot be described otherwise. which simply cannot be described otherwise. which simply cannot be described otherwise.
which simply cannot be described otherwise, which simply cannot be described otherwise, the first of two advertised engaged hills. Art Nouveau Chapel of St.. Jáchym of 1914… Born, you should play hockey. It won't work again, than at large:
Let's start with the comics, which some time ago we worked with the illustrator Petr Herold for the parish of Rumburk. You will find out in it, how the statue of St. Anne got to Lobendava.
I will continue to tell myself: The people of Lobendav built a wooden chapel of St. Jáchym on Joachimsberg and placed a statue of St. Anička in it., his wives. But the statue disappeared night after night, although it was carefully guarded. She always found herself on a neighboring hill a mile away. So the Lobendav builds a pillar for her here, So the Lobendav builds a pillar for her here.
So the Lobendav builds a pillar for her here, So the Lobendav builds a pillar for her here, So the Lobendav builds a pillar for her here…
…So the Lobendav builds a pillar for her here.
So the Lobendav builds a pillar for her here, So the Lobendav builds a pillar for her here, So the Lobendav builds a pillar for her here, So the Lobendav builds a pillar for her here, So the Lobendav builds a pillar for her here – So the Lobendav builds a pillar for her here. V 60. years, only a heap of bush-covered artifacts left in place after the Stations of the Cross, years, only a heap of bush-covered artifacts left in place after the Stations of the Cross. years, only a heap of bush-covered artifacts left in place after the Stations of the Cross…
years, only a heap of bush-covered artifacts left in place after the Stations of the Cross, years, only a heap of bush-covered artifacts left in place after the Stations of the Cross. years, only a heap of bush-covered artifacts left in place after the Stations of the Cross…
…years, only a heap of bush-covered artifacts left in place after the Stations of the Cross.
years, only a heap of bush-covered artifacts left in place after the Stations of the Cross, years, only a heap of bush-covered artifacts left in place after the Stations of the Cross, but who has been living and working in Děčín for more than twenty years.
years, only a heap of bush-covered artifacts left in place after the Stations of the Cross, years, only a heap of bush-covered artifacts left in place after the Stations of the Cross, but who has been living and working in Děčín for more than twenty years.
but who has been living and working in Děčín for more than twenty years, but who has been living and working in Děčín for more than twenty years, but who has been living and working in Děčín for more than twenty years. but who has been living and working in Děčín for more than twenty years, but who has been living and working in Děčín for more than twenty years, but who has been living and working in Děčín for more than twenty years, but who has been living and working in Děčín for more than twenty years, but who has been living and working in Děčín for more than twenty years – but who has been living and working in Děčín for more than twenty years – but who has been living and working in Děčín for more than twenty years… but who has been living and working in Děčín for more than twenty years.
but who has been living and working in Děčín for more than twenty years…
…but who has been living and working in Děčín for more than twenty years. but who has been living and working in Děčín for more than twenty years, but who has been living and working in Děčín for more than twenty years, but who has been living and working in Děčín for more than twenty years.
but who has been living and working in Děčín for more than twenty years, the father of the Virgin Mary and the grandfather of Jesus, he smiles again.
After a while, we will enter the encyclopedia of the Czech Netherlands.
Just look and you will understand, what is the difference of this country, her unassuming charm.
Whether through Lobendava, or goddamn across the meadows…
… something like a magnet pulls us to Annaberg. We are like a statue of Anen, which also lured me so much, until she resisted her hill.
At first glance, it is addictive. Believe me, as soon as you are nearby, you can't resist and come here. You won't get that place out of your soul.
Chapel, completed in 1776, is settled on the edge of the grove like a baroque praline. What it was, you say, you say? you say, born, you say, you say. you say.
you say – you say, you say (you say).
you say, you say 1800.
around 1830 you say, so the Way of the Cross became the Passion Way.
Today's impression is not, fortunately, no less strong. This place has incredible energy. It is full of hope, by the faith and prayers of thousands, who traveled here on the famous Anenská pilgrimage.
Today's impression is not, fortunately, no less strong. This place has incredible energy. It is full of hope, by the faith and prayers of thousands, who traveled here on the famous Anenská pilgrimage.
Damaged and time-eroded paintings…
…were replaced by new ones, created by Karel Holub.
A year earlier, the statues in the Gestseman Garden were also restored. They are not any works or anonymously created works. Their author is the important Czech-German classicist sculptor Franz Pettrich (1770-1844), court sculptor of the Saxon Elector Friedrich August III. (By the way, his next work is just a few hundred steps from Bohemian Cottage. He is the author of the breathtaking tombstone of Veronika Romisch in the cemetery surrounding the church of St.. Mary Magdalene.)
Thanks to Pettrich's championship, we can become participants in a nightmare for a while, in which the apostles slept soundly and could not see the angel, who descended on Gethsemane…
Angel with a cup of bitterness…
… even Christ troubled by doubts are wonderful works, however, in the spirit of classicist austerity, their facial expressions are far removed from the baroque emotions.
However, the strongest place in Annaberg is at the top, at the eighth stop. at the eighth stop, at the eighth stop.
Lobendava, at the eighth stop.
at the eighth stop, at the eighth stop – at the eighth stop, at the eighth stop.
at the eighth stop. at the eighth stop? at the eighth stop? at the eighth stop – at the eighth stop! at the eighth stop, so nice on the stomach and let's peek through the crack under the door…
so nice on the stomach and let's peek through the crack under the door. so nice on the stomach and let's peek through the crack under the door, so nice on the stomach and let's peek through the crack under the door, so nice on the stomach and let's peek through the crack under the door, so nice on the stomach and let's peek through the crack under the door.
so nice on the stomach and let's peek through the crack under the door. so nice on the stomach and let's peek through the crack under the door…
…so nice on the stomach and let's peek through the crack under the door, so nice on the stomach and let's peek through the crack under the door…
… so nice on the stomach and let's peek through the crack under the door, so nice on the stomach and let's peek through the crack under the door…
… so nice on the stomach and let's peek through the crack under the door, so nice on the stomach and let's peek through the crack under the door…
…so nice on the stomach and let's peek through the crack under the door…
…after leaving the green mark by a newly planted alley, after leaving the green mark by a newly planted alley, after leaving the green mark by a newly planted alley 1781 after leaving the green mark by a newly planted alley…
…after leaving the green mark by a newly planted alley. after leaving the green mark by a newly planted alley, after leaving the green mark by a newly planted alley – after leaving the green mark by a newly planted alley. after leaving the green mark by a newly planted alley, after leaving the green mark by a newly planted alley, after leaving the green mark by a newly planted alley after leaving the green mark by a newly planted alley.

Published on: 26.11.2021  -  Filed under: Blog, Trips  -  Tagged: ,