This former Benedictine monastery, now administered by the Heritage Institute in Pilsen is located in the area around the river Úhlavky. The monastery is located about 10 km from the silver. Prince Vladislav I. The monastery was founded in the early 12th century, but the present appearance dates from the 18th century The most notable part of the monastery's Baroque-Gothic church. The rebuilding of the church participated Blazek John Santini, who also designed interiors. The editing of the church also participated sochařští masters Charles Legate, and Asamové brothers, close associates of Matthias Bernard Braunana. The church is located south of the old convent, on the eastern side of the old prelate. To the south is building a new convent, which dates from Kilian Ignaz Dienzenhofer.