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CZ, Vinarice: Mayrau Mine
heading (paragraph): Sights
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In Miners’ Open Air Museum of Mayrau , you would learn about history of black coal mining in the Kladno region. You will ride on miner tracks to an underground mine. This mine used one of the most important in the region of Kladno, yet also it was one of the most difficult. It applies not only to difficult and dangerous work for low salary. It also applies to mine surveying, rescue, way of work, geology etc.
The name ing. Jan Karlík would not sound strange to you, as well as JUDr. Kajetán Mayer the then head of administration committee of Prazska Zelezarska Company. It is the latter’s name used to name the mine itself.
Text and photo: Monika Babická
Silence, peace, humbleness… breeze plays with trees lined in alley. A place of peculiar energy which expects everybody who goes there. It is only couple of kilometers near Kladno.
At a former mine compound which is a cultural sight today, there are some ground routes. One will take you to the former bunker in Homole hill. There is an underground shaft with heavy machines. Two routes are available – first one takes two hours or the second one which takes one hour. An authentic lecture begins because former miners who worked at Mayrau mne work here as tour guides.
The youngest of the three opened drift is opened near Jilove. It runs below a hill of the same name. Its most beautiful part dating back to the Middle-Ages waits for you at the end.
This place, which covers mere 4 square kilometers, is regarded as one of the most beautiful in Central Europe. Some say that only Karlstejn or ancient Tetin are better.
Kladno. When people hear the name of this city, most of them think of a forty year old man with earthy humor, who conquered the world with his art with a hockey stick. We visited Kladno during the time of the interruption of NHL season, in time when Jaromír Jágr plays in Kladno. It is evident that the city lived hockey.
Today we visit a place, which remained hidden to many travellers until the present. It is mostly due to the fact the place is few meters under ground. Despite it is close to Prague only few have heard about one of the most interesting miner open air museum near Beroun.
If you ask, where you can find the oldest building in the Czech Republic we will answer you – in Budeč. This sight that you can find in town of Zákolany – Kováry just few kilometers from Kladno, is inseparably and firmly connected with the history of Czech people.
Kralupy nad Vltavou: this town was, before 2nd World War, something else as central point of Czech industry, however, shortly after war, as ruins of prosperous town. On 22nd March 1945, at noon, sharp tone of siren disturbed local inhabitants from their spring meditation.
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