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The Hussite Museum in Tabor

Over 800 metres of winding tunnels, which weave their way under the Jan Žižka Square in the Old Town of Tabor were opened shortly after the 2nd World War. The labyrinth was originally intended for defensive purposes, as the town's citizens came up with an idea to construct a place where they could hide in case of danger as attacks or fire.

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Over 800 metres of winding tunnels, which weave their way under the Jan Žižka Square in the Old Town of Tabor were opened shortly after the 2nd World War. The labyrinth was originally intended for defensive purposes, as the town's citizens came up with an idea to construct a place where they could hide in case of danger as attacks or fire.