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Historical town of Fulnek is placed below hills of Vítkov Highlands, in north Moravia, in southern direction distant, 30 kms far from the town of Opava.
Historical town of Broumov is placed in Hradec Králové region, 30 kms approx. in north direction from the town of Náchod.
The town of Český Brod is placed in Central Bohemia region, on the edge on central Polabí (Elbe region) and front headlands of Central Bohemian Highlands.
The town of Klášterec nad Ohří is placed in a valley on left bank of Ohře river, 36 kms in eastern direction of Karlovy Vary in an altitude of 330 m above sea level.
The castle of Valtice is situated in a small town of the same name in South Moravia, in a distance of 10 kms in western direction from Břeclav. It belongs, together with Lednice-Valtice parks area to World Heritage Nature Fund of UNESCO.
The castle of Sychrov is situated at a community of the same name in picturesque countryside of Bohemian Paradise, 6 kms distant of Turnov, in northwestern direction. The building is a typical example of aristocratic seat of second half of 19th century.
Zubrnice is an ancient village with a skansen of people´s architecture. You find it in Bohemian Highlands, 15 kms distant in eastern direction of Ústí nad Labem.
Lipnice castle was founded along merchant route from the town of Havlíčkův Brod to Humpolec. This fact brought to Lipnice unique position among Bohemian castles.
The town of Bechyně is situated in South Bohemia along Lužnice-river. It has nearly 6000 inhabitants, and it is known as a spa. Its ceramic production is popular as well. Historical nucleus of town is very well preserved, and, since 1990, it presents one of most valuable monument zones in Bohemia.
The castle of Houska protrudes on high rocky formation, situated at the edge of Kokořín region.
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