The highly successful economic development of Jáchymov in the 16th century led to the rapid development of an outstanding town architecture shaped by historic built monuments from the late Gothic and Renaissance periods. The first completely Protestant church in the Kingdom of Bohemia was built in Jáchymov. The former royal mint, the town hall, the St. Joachim Kirche (Church of St. Joachim), the Allerheiligen (All Saints’) Hospital Church, and a row of town houses in the town centre are of particular importance.