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CZ: Hluboká Nad Vltavou - Snow White Gothic
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Hluboká nad Vltavou is a locality which became famous through its snow-white Castle of Neo-Gothic style, erecting high above the river. The town has nearly five thousands of inhabitants as is the third one of České Budějovice district. It is situated at the border of Tábor highland and Budějovice basin.
Hluboká, South Bohemia, belongs to such localities where it is worth to have a stop. The reason is simple: it is snow-white palace above Vltava-river. The builders of this mansion house let to be inspired by England.
Almost a hundred thousand city in south Bohemia would deserve more attention. It shouldn’t be known only as “tourist suburbs” of Cesky Krumlov as it is known today. The royal city on the confluence of the Malse and Vltava impresses with its historical core; especially with Premysl Otakar II square with the baroque Samson’s Fountain and the town hall.
The city founded by the Premyslid dynasty. The city is on the Otava river in the region of South Bohemia. Pisek is known for its oldest Stone bridge in the Czech Republic. It is a cultural landmark. The Golden Path ran across it in the 14th century. It connected Czech lands with Bavaria and Upper Austria.
In the south of Bohemia (about 17 kilometers away from Jindrichuv Hradec) where beautiful nature meets romance there is one fabulous place Cervena Lhota which is a water castle. It is situated on a small rock island in the middle of a pond. Only the stone bridge connects it with the land.
South Bohemia is a popular and beautiful region. Cesky Krumlov is one of the most popular sites here. Yet every other village is just like it was taken from some fairy tale. A village square with gables is sort of a prototype of a classic Czech village. When you have a pond on the square then you can easily expect to see a water goblin making shoes out of willow. Holasovice is one such village. In 1998 it became a UNESCO site.