Restoration of the former Benedictine monastery in Hronský Benadik to make it available to the general public and improve the tourism infrastructure
Summary of project results
The aim of the project was to save the important part of national cultural heritage for future generations and make the premises of the Benedictine Monastery accessible to tourist, local inhabitants and general public. The object of former Benedictine Monastery, namely Granary bastion was in disturbed technical state before the project implementation. Within the complex, only the church was open for the public and not regularly. The mail activity of the project was the restoration of Granary bastion within Monastery complex of Benedictine Monastery (the first aboveground floors, which allovs public access to this cultural heritage monument and highlights its heritage value. During the project, 1972m2 of interior and exterior facades was restored, 845m2 of floor renovated and 22 windows/door renovated. After the project implementation the church is opened regularly and a complete tourist infrastructure has been developed for this historic site. The reconstruction of Granary bastion is going to extend the scope of the Hronsky Benadik for cultural tourism and it will have positve impact on the region.
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