St. Procopius Basilica, Trebic

St. Procopius Basilica is a Romanesque-Gothic Christian church in Trebic, Czech Republic. It was built on the site of the original Virgin Mary's Chapel of the Benedictine monastery in 1240–1280. It became a national cultural monument in 2002 as a part of the "monastery with St. Procopius church". The basilica together with the Jewish Quarter in Trebic were inscribed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2003.

The basilica was originally dedicated to the Assumption of the Virgin Mary. Saint Procopius became the Patron saint of the basilica on the quincentenary his canonization in 1704. Jan Karel, Count of Valdštejn established a castle chapel of St. Procopius from the presbytery of the basilica.

The basilica is the parish church of Trebic castle, by which it is owned.

  • Basilica From The Svojsík's Riverside
  • Basilica
  • Csehország, Třebíč (Trebitsch), a szent Procopius bazilika (Bazilika sv. Prokopa) (UNESCO világörökség része), SzG3
  • Zámek (castle)
  • Trebic, St Procopius Basilica, wnętrze
  • Třebíč, bazilika a zámek, Basilica and Castle
  • Csehország, Třebíč (Trebitsch), a szent Procopius bazilika (Bazilika sv. Prokopa) (UNESCO világörökség része), SzG3
  • Třebíč - Castle and Medieval Basilica

Country:
Czech Republic
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1
Latitude:
49,2169166
Longitude:
15,87351
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