02. 12. 2022 10:00 - 02. 12. 2023 17:00
The beauteous beauty of the bloody coral
Those who delight in the Čachtice community in the West Slovak community to learn more than the bizarre stories about the bloody Count of Alžbeta Báthory in the mysterious castle of the castle, take the direction to the Renaissance manor in the village. The Draškovičovský manor house was built in 1668 and enlarged at the end of the 17th century. Focused on the history and ethnography of Čachtíc and its surroundings. It captures not only historical events, but also the visitor and rich cultural traditions and folk culture. The exhibition is a collection of historical weapons, period documents, clothing and jewelery, a set of portraits of local noble and earthly people, exhibits found in historical and archeological research of objects and reconstruction works. Folk culture is reminiscent of ceramic vessels and artistic artifacts.
Since the church is in Čachtice, there can be no connection with the bloody crown ... There is an extraordinary interest in the exhibition "Alžbeta Báthoryová - Krutosťvrytá v čipkách". There is a reconstructed garment in it according to the period of the show. A replica of white-and-white dresses was made possible by the Trencian Museum according to a picture from the National Museum in Budapest. They made them of materials used in the time of the Count's life. They lack embroidery, collar, underwear. The interior is suitably complemented by the rare paintings of Elizabeth Báthory and her husband Palatine Juraj Thurza.
19. 10. 2023 09:00 - 02. 12. 2023 17:00
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