Litoměřice, King´s town in North Bohemia, is situated at confluence of Labe and Ohře rivers. This town at foot of Bohemian Highlands has approx. 25 thousands of inhabitants. Litoměřice belong to the oldest but also to warmest Czech towns.
In manual "Management Technique" (or Typewriter Learning Textbook), the word of "Postoloprty" used to be very applicated expression. This word was long and quite breakneck enough even for efficient typist.
Nevertheless, despite the fact that this small town has its strange name, similarly, its past and present time are nearly quite curious.
Who ever have gone along Elbe to Germany certainly noted beautiful landscape along the river banks. Similar attributes belong to the town of Decin. The town is located on the meeting of the Elbe and Ploucnice rivers. On a cliff above the point where the two rivers meet, there is Decin Chateau, local landmark.
"This is too distant and long, similar to Lovosice!" nearly anybody knows such comparison, mostly those individuals who know this town personally. We do not mention the number of letters of this word (many people have such opinion) but we take in mind real length of the locality. So, Lovosice, "The Garden of Bohemia", is really the town of rather big length.
Coming road from Prague gives to forsee that Žatec could be quite extraordinary town. Anyway, if somebody who visits Žatec does not take with any extraordinary impression, this town, not distant from German border, has one actual leading position: it is the greatest one of the whole Louny district,as far as the number of inhabitants concerns.
Apocalypse in the Czech Republic – this could be a one name for events of couple of last days. Large floods hit the Czech Republic with a similar intensity as in the year 2002. That year the water level was so high as it was a hundred year water. The Czech Republic was better prepared than before, despite all of effort water caused heavy damages in the country.
Kind of mysterious land of České středohoří offers many interesting things worth visiting. Even us are glad to come back to the land under Milešovka mountain to get new experiences and se something new. In our today’s article we will visit the town of Třebenice and the ruins of Košťálov castle.