St John the Baptist

This church was built probably in the fourteenth century on hill above the village Újezdec u Kladna (the owner of this village was allegedly the Roman Emperor and Czech King Charles IV). During the hussits' rebellion in fifteenth century the village was destroyed and only the churche remained.

During the second world war many workers from Kladno, a nearby mining town, used to hide in the church when air-raids came.

Nowadays, the church is usually visited by the citizens of the village Dubí, or by sportsmen who gather there for the start of the annual Midsummer Run.

the path to St John from afar on the whole over the wall graveyard mortuary