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The town of Desná (Jizerské Mountains), ensnared with its famous and sad past, is known (similarly as Prague) as the Heart of Europe.
A pub, bus stop, small shop offering essential fodstuffs and most important subjects, as well as small bell-tower, all this could be found on village green. This village is situated not far from Prague, and you can pass around without being noticed. This place does not offer anything special, but, a lot of stories which moved Czech history, are hidden there.
The title informs us that this town, mentioned above, is situated on Labe (Elbe) river. Nevertheless, this title is informing us about the fact that you are entering two towns in reality, i.e. Brandýs nad Labem and Stará Boleslav.
Who would intend to plan his holidays in summer only, so he would loss a lot of pleasure. So, when it is not too cold, as in this year, the water level will change into a space, hidding unprecedented possibilities.
Boskovice-town has eleven thousands of inhabitants. It is situated in 40 kms distance in north direction from Brno, not far from picturesque countryside of Moravian Karst. The town temptates a lot of tourists, thanks to great number of unique places of interest and amazed surrounding nature.
Buchlovice Castle and Park is situated at south-east border of beautiful countryside of Chřiby-Hills, not far from majestic Buchlov Castle. The building belongs to most important noble seats of Baroque style in the territory of the Czech Republic.
Bečov nad Teplou is situated in south direction from the town of Karlovy Vary (Carlsbad). The castle is placed above deep valley surrounded with high afforested hills, belonging to Slavkov Forest and Teplá Highlands. The castle is flown round from two parts by Teplá-river.
At a slope of marvelous and extent Slavkov Forest, nearby famous Mariánske Lázně, on tributary of three brooks, there is to be found fairytale Kynžvart Castle.
This sentence is well-known for everybody in Czech Republic. It is something similar when somebody in UK says: Go to hell! Nevertheless, in our country, this expression means something different. From this reason, there was established a tradition of long-distant walks.
In district of Pilsen-north, in a distance of 21 kms of Pilsen. There is situated the community of Plasy. The town was successively founded near to Cisterciac monastery, established with a document of 1144. signed by Prince Vladislav II. The monastery was created on place of Prince courtyard, it was changed under the administration of Religious Fund after its closing.
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