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One of the most romantic places in Bohemian Paradse is Hrubá Skála and no wonder then that in toady article you will encounter sighs about beauties of land located between Jičín and Turnov.
Kvilda is a small alpine town with an old history of gold placer mining crossed by the Golden route, a trading route. Today it is a busy and popular tourist center, it is an area of marshlands, mixed forests and neighboring towns that together create an area known as Kvildsko. It is a region at 1000 meters above the sea level with a calm climate and despite this fact you can find here many rare plants.
Kamenice nad Lipou a city of four thousand people is a part of the Pelhřimov District in Vysočina Region it is located by the River Kamenice in 563 meters above the sea level.
Hopefully the last snow of this winter fell but it created a wonderful atmosphere around the observatory in Ďáblice located on a hill called Na vyhlídce in Ďáblický háj. The observatory is small but enchanting with antiquity of its furnishing such as it’s the First Republic telescopes.
A troubled fate of Most, a city in the northern Bohemia, which vanished and was built again as a whole new metropolis however without any deeper connection to history of its predecessor that we known only from photos and documents as Old Most.
Spring is playing with us. One day it is 16 degrees Celsius the other it’s snowing. However, it changes nothing about the fact spring, the most beautiful of all seasons of the year, is coming. Not only people but animals as well can sense it.
Perhaps the greatest tourist attraction in the city of Most is, except for regular motorist events at local racing circuit, is a church the modern history of which is unprecedented.
Horky nad Jizerou is a village around the River Jizera where around 450 people live and where everyone knows each other. There you can feel true atmosphere of countryside where is a river, weir, old houses and fresh air.
When you hear Most you think of not particularly enchanting north-Bohemian panorama of factory smokestacks, refineries, and areas of brown coal mining. Yes. That is how the northern part of our republic looks. But there are also many amazing and interesting thing and I am not afraid to say there is also some beauty there despite the fact search for it would take us little more time than in other, southern parts of the republic.
Strašnice in Prague – only few would go there to try to find some landmark. And yet some fans of architecture would admire Trmal’s Villa, today a museum. The architect Jan Kotěra, the founder of modern Czech architecture, built it in 1902-1903.
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