Photogallery: CZ, Mlada Boleslav – Pride of Car Industry
CZ, Mlada Boleslav – Pride of Car Industry
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Let's join us for a tour to Mlada Boleslav situated 50 kilometers northeast from Prague. There is a medieval castle, several historic squares, and artistic reliefs, the factory, and the museum of the world famous car company.
Text and photos: Oskár Mažgút
This time we visit Mlada Boleslav, a city about 50 kilometers from Prague situated in the region of Central Bohemia. You probably know it as the home to the world famous car company.
You can go on this trip every season, even snow posses no limit. From the D10 motorway we head to Bakov nad Jizerou and continue to the end of the village of Mala Bela. Immediately behind the village is the settlement Velky Reckov, here we park and we take a short walk through a national natural monument named Klokocka. The area has been protected since 1956 due to the presence of rare and endangered species of plants and animals.
Last week we showed bit of the history and sights of Mlada Boleslav. Today, we see the main tourist attraction, a place where over 100 years cars have been produced. Yes, the destination is the Skoda car Museum.
The place, with each right Czech person does not connect with anything other than a car manufacturer Škoda. Winged arrow and hundreds of colourful cars that just rolled off the production line, they are no longer visible from the highway in the direction to Liberec.
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