The church is the oldest building in the town and was built in place of a small wooden church consecrated to Sv. Mikuláš in the first half of the 13th century. From the 13th century, the church was complemented by a vicarage and Oldřich of Sulzbach was the first priest there.
The Museum occupies a historic building called “Coin” located at the lower part of the square in Jílové. Until 1420 the Gothic house was a seat of the mining authority where the royal master of the mine collected taxes from miners – in gold, as well as bought gold for the king.
St. Joseph’s Adit is one of many underground workings found in the important part of the Jílové gold-bearing district – the vein zone of the Kocour valley. The older works of literature used to call it St.
The Zampach Bridge GABRO below Jilove is a unique technological monument. It is the tallest stone bridge built within the railway network in the Czech Republic. It spans the Kocour [“Tomcat”] Valley at the height of 41.5 m. Total length of the bridge is 110 m.
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