Žižka Square - a display of interesting structures
The town skyline is dominated by the Gothic Dean's Church which is visible from far away since it is situated on the highest point of the town (on the northern side of the square) and an impressive late-Gothic Town-Hall where the Hussite Museum is located and from where Tábor’s underground corridors can be entered. Žižka Square is encircled with architecturally precious burgher houses – Škoch House, houses no. 12, 13, 16, 17, 18 and 19, Lichvic House and Ctibor House. The central part of the square is enhanced with a Renaissance fountain and a monument to Jan Žižka of Trocnov.
Click here for the 360° view of the Žižka Square at night: