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The town of Česká Třebová of most populated town of Pardubice region, the river Třebůvka is flowing through. It is an important railway junction , the railway connection was started from 1845. In 1995 the city centre was declared as Town Monument Zone.
This town, with approx. 17000 inhabitants, is situated 20 kms of Prague on Elbe-river in Polabí plain. First notice comes from 13th century. In 1884 Neratovice became an independent community, till this time period belonged to Lobkowitz dominion. Anyway, its original name was Neradice.
The town of Ivančice is a small town distant approx. 20 kms in southwestern direction of Brno. It is situated on a confluence of Jihlava, Oslava and Rokytná rivers in an altitude of 210 m of sea level. It is ranged to the oldest towns in Moravia.
In protected nature area of Žďárské Hills, approx. 120 kms distant from Prague, there is situated the town of Žďár nad Sázavou. The area round the town belongs to most beautiful parts of Czech republic and offers a lot of choice for sports and cultural activities.
Jeseník is a Silesian town in northern direction of Olomouc Region, situated on confluence of small rivers of Staříč and Bělá. In the past, the originally inhabitants were mostly German, from this reason Jeseník was known till 1947 as Frývaldov. The town is placed in Preserved Protected Area of Jesníky.
Status town of Opava is a cultural and industrial centre of Bohemian Silesia in Moravia-Silesia Region. It is a seat of Silesian University and of Silesian Country Museum, the oldest and most important museum in Czech Republic. The town can be proud of many historical monuments and several interest festivals are taken place here.( Bezruč and Opava, Další břehy, etc.).
The town of Bystřice pod Hostýnem is located at slope of Hostýn Hills in an altitude of 310 m above saea level. This town is distant 20 kms of Přerov in east direction. Small river of Bystřička flows through. The town has 9000 inhabitants and is well-known with its production of chairs, named THONET, being manufactured here since 1861.
We think that the nature and countryside around Lipno-Dam are not necessary to be described in more detailed way. Frankly speaking, there are plenty of places of interest for excursions for tourists, cyclists, and skiers in winter.
Town of Kralupy nad Vltavou with 18000 inhabitants is situated in Mělník district 30 kms distant from Prague, along the stream of Vltava river. First written notice about this town in Central Bohemia comes from 1253.
Jihlava is situated in Bohemia-Moravian Highlands and it is a trade, administrative, cultural and industrial centre of Vysočina Region. The town was founded by Wenceslas I. in the first middle of 13th century after discovery of silber mineral veins. Jihlava is placed on border of Bohemia and Moravia on a river of the same name nad has nearly 50000 inhabitants.
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