Founded in 1347, this monastery was originally called the Slavs, due to the fact that Slavic monks worked there. It actually takes its current name from the biblical tale of the disciples traveling to Emmaus. Its unique design makes the monastery rather memorable, as two pointed spires seem to almost twist apart atop the structure. The interior features plenty of beautiful stone archways, tall, thin windows and many Gothic paintings. Take a tour or simply admire the intriguing exterior.
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