About village Jaroslavice
Jaroslavice lies on creek called Daníž and is about 17 km from Znojmo, directly on the border with Austria. The village surroundings were inhabited in the Stone Age, as evidenced by the findings of settlement of mammoth hunters.
The historical monuments remind almost 900 years old history of the village. The most interestin are the Renaissance chateau surrounded by park with a fountain, the parish church of St. Giles, the pillory from the capital punishment law, Marian pillar, baroque sculptures.
Historical monumenst in the village Jaroslavice
Wine archive – the oldest wine archive in our country, where you can taste the wines from local produce (archive belongs to Znovín Znojmo a.s., based in Šatov). The archive is located in the chateau.
Parish church of St. Giles
The pillory from the capital punishment law
Jaroslavice pond – the pond has an area of 245,57 hectares. It serves only to breed carp and other fish. Every year there is held a traditional fish harvesting. Sport fishermen can buy a permit to catch even 10-pound carp.