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CZ, Liblice: Pearl of Baroque
heading (paragraph): Towns
Only few minutes by ride from Melnik there is the Central-Bohemian town of Liblice. It is well-known for its castle complex. Since 1952, the castle has been administered by the Academy of Sciences of Czech Republic. There are many commercial venues. Tourists can enter the castle garden and on Sundays from 12pm to 3pm they can see castle's interiors.
The town of Neratovice is not a target, rich on deep impressions. This locality, distant approx. 20 kilometres from Prague, was not famous in such way that their inhabitants could be proud on something special. We speak about Spolana, gigantic chemical factory, which became, town-dominanta. since the end of 2nd World War.
Not so long ago we introduced you Obříství, an unusual central-Bohemian town. Chlumín is located nearby and even there are several interesting things – a castle, a Marian column or the Church of St Mary Magdalene.
In Kourim, ancient and picturesque town located right in the astronomic center of Europe, we visited an open-air museum – it seems that for the last time it its current shape. In the future, it will expand and get many more historical buildings.
Well, you will hardly see such a place! The village square in Obříství is truly unique not only with its area but also its location. Obříství has its own distinct atmosphere despite the fact its landmarks aren’t in the best condition. The first look will not enchant you but it is worth exploring.
Land around Neratovice, a place with not particularly good reputation from ecologists, is surprisingly diverse. It would be foolish to condemn this region just because there is Spolana. Perhaps, our article will change mind of many of those who are still hesitating. We will talk about Liblice today, a town not far from Neratovice and close to the Kokořínsko Protected Area.
At first this small town with about 15 hundred residents seems quite nice. Locals fight heat that emanates from asphalt and pavement on the main square with ice-cream in a candy shop, beer in a pub U Zlateho lva or near town fountain.
Mesice, is almost an unnoticeable town located northeast off Prague. Many would be surprised that it is there where a large chateau compound is located. The chateau also took part in a movie Pet Muzu Jednoho Srdce based on Jiri Dietl’s screenwriting.