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Palava is not only a place where wine of specific taste and aroma grows. It is also a place of many archeological excavation sites. Today we will take you to Vestonice.
We visited Pavlov in summer heat. What is interesting about his place located in southern Moravia? Winegrowers from Pavlov, a small village, were among the first who joined their forces to make wine of Palava famous all-around.
There is a small, inconspicuous village of Kamen near Pelhrimov. About three hundred people live there and you would drive through it within two minutes. However, a castle appears in one curve. Today, it is a well-maintained Baroque-Renaissance building because of which you will stop on a pretty large parking lot below the castle.
They do not call in vain the region of Sedlec-Prcice the “land of stones”. Lets see the beautiful things in this mysterious region on border of Central and Southern Bohemia. And lets take a hike along tourist trail crossing Voticka Highland.
How punker Kodym and Becvary Castle go together? Simply. He bought it and, as a matter of fact, he saved it. You can find Kodym’s residence about 15 kilometers from Kolin.
This picturesque town with little less than four thousand people is a place I have a deep feelings with. It is located in the Region of Vysocina, in district of Pelhrimov.
The most expensive street in the Czech Republic, with no doubts. You can guess it from reading signs on this avenue connecting Letna and lively Old Town Square.
The church in Kourim used to be an important sacral building. The church used to be a residency of clergy as well. It was built towards the end of the Middle-Ages. However, its true history has not been preserved.
Liberec is another important stop in our tour de Bohemia. A university city is famous and infamous for the world championship in cross-country skiing. It is a historical place completely independent on its surrounding.
Zirovnice is a town located in the district of Pelhrimov in the Region of Vysocina. There live about 3000 people. As for geography, Pelhrimov is part of the Bohemian-Moravian Highlands.
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