Monument to Soldiers Killed in the First World War

Beroun Sights and Attractions
The monument was created by the sculptor Karel Opatrný in 1924. 242 men from Beroun did not return from the battle fields and military hospitals. The sculpture on the monument is a symbol of Honorable Death. Address: Husovo náměstí, Beroun

Fountain with a sculpture of St. John of Nepomuk.

Beroun Sights and Attractions
A copy of the Baroque fountain was made by the sculptor Petr Vitvar. The original of the fountain, dating back to 1729, which was created by the stone cutter Jan Slezák and the sculptor Martin de Majo, is kept at the Museum of the Czech Karst. Address: Husovo náměstí, Beroun

Čertovka Race and the Water Mills

Beroun Sights and Attractions
A romantic beauty spot on an artifitial arm of the Berounka river. Originally it was built as a part of the town fortification system.
Together with the main stream of the river it creates an island, where several water mills were built in Middle Ages.
Because of the mills, the old town records also call the arm the Mill Drain. Three mills have been preserved to this day. The first written note about the mills dates back to1437. The upper island mill is still named after its owner - the Kříž Mill. The second mill was the Lower island mill, today the Zajíček Mill. 
In 1764 an opera singer Tekla Podleská-Batková and in 1775 P. Josef Antonín Seydl, the dean, historian and member of the National Revival were born here.
The third one was the Mansion Mill, a floored building that burned down on the night of the New Year´s Eve 1963.The rest of the Mansion Mill has served commercial purposes to today.

Light Fortification (Pillbox)

Beroun Sights and Attractions
A small fortress, oficially designed LO pattern 37 A-160 Z (reinforced alternative to light fortifications, pattern 1937, type A, shooting angle 160 °
The structure was part of the fortifications intended to protect Prague. It was built in 1938. Address: Václavské náměstí, Beroun

Plzeňka House of Culture

Beroun Sights and Attractions
The Classicist building of a former coaching inn dating back to the first half of the 19th century.On the first floor there is the main hall with advanced balcony on cantilevers. Most of the significant cultural and political events in the city took place in the rooms of the hall. The first communal election took place here in 1850 and in 1862 Bedřich Smetana gave a concert hre in favour of the construction of the National Theatre. After a through reconstruction which started in 2014, the Plzeňka house was ceremonially reopened on 2 September 2015. In September 2018, the Club Scene was opened, which now serves for smaller events and form meetings of the local clubs. Address: Plzeňská 83, Beroun