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KNIGHTS OF ŠTRAMBERK CASTLE (CIVIC ASSOCIATION)

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Kopec 77
74266 Štramberk

Štramberská Trúba
Kopec 77
74266 Štramberk

Knights of Štramberk Castle is a civic association established in accordance with Act no. 83/1990 (the Act on Civic Associations). It is a non-profit, independent and non-political institution.

The civic association was registered on 24 September 2010 as number 22854932.

 

The aims of the association are as follows:

To achieve the goals set out above, the association is involved in the following activities:

For more information, or if you are interested in becoming a member of the Knights of Štramberk Castle, please contact us by e-mail at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

We look forward to hearing from you!

Knights of Štramberk Castle

History of the Orders of Knights

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Orders of Knights (also known as chivalric orders) were established in the late 11th and early 12th centuries, mainly in connection with the Crusades to the Holy Land. These fellowships gradually became important military organizations in the small Christian states which were set up in the Eastern Mediterranean region during the Crusades.

The original purpose of these chivalric orders was to provide care to pilgrims who fell sick on their journeys to the Holy Land. However, their role gradually changed as increasing emphasis was placed on their armed units, which helped to spread Christianity (which is why so many orders have a cross as part of their symbol) and to hold back the influence of Islam. Members of these orders were subject to traditional monastic vows (poverty, chastity, obedience), but they also had to fight against non-Christians, who were known as pagans. Later, more of these orders were founded in Spain and north-eastern Europe.

Eventually, the military role of the chivalric orders ÔÇô as a fighting force against the Arabs and a means of spreading Christianity ÔÇô became weaker, and the knights began to concentrate on accumulating wealth and property. This led to conflicts between the orders and the Pope, and it also provoked clashes with monarchs; in many cases, the orders were dissolved and their assets were seized.

Some chivalric orders have survived to the present day. They are now entirely devoted to charitable work, although their internal structure and hierarchy still recalls their medieval origins. In the 19th and 20th centuries several new orders were established, imitating their medieval predecessors.

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Registration of the Knights of Štramberk Castle (civic association)

Statutes of the Knights of Štramberk Castle (civic association)