Most is a city that was moved to a new location in the middle of the 20th century due to mining works. For this reason, it is primarily of a contemporary nature, but you can find some interesting museums here.
The town was founded in the Middle Ages and until the Thirty Years' War it developed primarily as a wine center. War damage caused the fall of the Bridge, from which it had been rising several centuries ago. Only the discovery of coal deposits in the 19th century gave a new impetus to development.
In 1964, a decision was made to move the city to a new location and to develop the former downtown area into a mine. Most of the old buildings were demolished. Only the Neo-Gothic Hnevin Castle from the turn of the 19th and 20th centuries and the late Gothic Church of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary have been moved to a new location.
Currently, the Regional Museum operates in Most, the exhibition of which focuses mainly on the everyday life of the inhabitants and the history of the local mining industry. Another attraction of the bridge is the Sudeten War Museum, which tells about the fights during the annexation of the Czech Republic by the Third Reich.