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CZ, Třebíč – A Jewish Pearl on the UNESCO List
heading (paragraph): Towns
Třebíč je město, které vás překvapí. Řeka Jihlava ho rozděluje na dvě části, v jedné z nich najdete zámek s bazilikou sv. Prokopa, která je bezesporu stejně jako zámek historicky i architektonicky cennou stavbou, druhá část představuje centrum s vyhlídkovou městskou věží. Největším lákadlem je židovská čtvrť s dochovanými domy. Vycházku si užijete v zámeckém parku nebo v zalesněné části Libušina údolí.
If you decide to go to Vysočina, we recommend visiting the town of Telč. Undoubtedly one of the most beautiful Czech cities. Today we go there together by bike, about 43 km await us and we will move between forests, small areas of borders, draws or countless ponds. But we will not only go along the plain, we also have a few hills.
Třebíč lies on the border of Vysočina and Moravia. Today we will go there by bike from Hladov and a total of 63 km circuit awaits us. Třebíč is an ideal place where you can explore the rich history and at the same time stay in undisturbed nature. The picturesque character of the local landscape and nature creates suitable relaxation conditions and a wide range of opportunities for active recreation, especially in hiking and biking.
The Jewish quarter and St Procopius' basilica are the last Czech sight which made it to the prestigious UNESCO World Heritage Sites list. The sights were added in 2003 but have existed in Trebic much longer time. Today, we show you what you might be missing if you haven't been to Trebic yet.
Three gems near the Sazava river is what you can manage to visit in one day. The castle in Ledec nad Sazavou, historical center and Svetla nad Sazavou chateau, and lastly the majestic castle in Lipnice nad Sazavou.
About Jihlava we could hear in the news perhaps every day. It is quite obvious - Jihlava is the main city of region and it is no wonder that in a place that literally divides Bohemia and Moravia, and here and there a major ruckus. To be completely clear, where the border actually leads, Maria Theresa left in Jihlava "build" four boundary stones.
Zacharias‘ of Hradec square in Telc is a gallery of Renaissance architecture with bits of Baroque. Dubbed Moravian Venice, Telc is surrounded by ponds which reached to the town walls. This made the town an unconquerable water fortress. Its historic core has basically preserved its Renaissance looks. This architectonic coherence helped it to be listed to UNESCO’s cultural heritage program in 1992.
I would like to invite you today to one of those beautiful places where the noise of civilization is absent. In local landmark reserve there nest strokes. Nearby, in the forest, there is beautiful ruin of a castle.
ZOO Jihlava is located in a natural area picturesque river valley of Jihlávka close to the historic city centre (about 10 minutes walk). By cosy atmosphere and smaller size is ideal for family walks as well as to school or tourist trips.