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CZ, Louny – The Gateway to the Central Bohemian Mountains
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Published: 6.12.2019

Louny is inconspicuous, but it deserves attention. Either as part of a trip to the Bohemian Uplands or when exploring Czech history. The historic center is therefore the greatest attraction. Worth visiting is the Cathedral of St. Nicholas, where you can ascend the tower, the entire Peace Square, but also puppet theater.

 

Text and video: Matouš Vinš





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