Basilica of St. Procopius

The impressive structure, which uniquely combines the Romanesque architectural desing and mostly Gothic artistic means, was then the longest church in Moravia, and even today it is classified as a gem of medieval architecture of European significance.

The Třebíč Benedictine monastery, founded by the Moravian appanage princes Oldřich Brněnský and Litold Znojemský, was built between 1101 and 1104. In times of intensive construction activities, which the Třebíč abbey was developing almost throughout all the 13th century, the wooden structures of the monastery were replaced with stone and the complex was also fortified.


Address: TIC Bazilika Zámek 1, 674 01 Třebíč

Phone: +420 568 610 022

E-mail: infobazilika@mkstrebic.cz

Web: www.visittrebic.eu

 You may be interested in:

  • Virtual tours of the Basilica of St. Prokopius
  • Virtual tour of the interior
  • Services in Basilica
  • Documentary on unique architectural elements in Basilica

Basilica of St. Prokopius in films:

  • The Voice for the Roman King - a film about Charles IV (2016)
  • John Huss - three-piece series dedicated to the anniversary of John Huss burning to death (introduced by the Czech TV 2015)
  • Lost Gate -mysterious film (2012)
  • National Jewels - documentary (2011)
  • Policeman´s Humoresques - TV series (1997)
  • Markétka Lazarová - film made by František Vláčil (1967)