Novohradské Mountains - Czech republic
Novohradské Mountains are situated in the South Bohemia. Its area covers 162 sq. km by the Czech-Austrian border. These mountains, which were not so long ago almost undiscovered, are filled with many wonders of the nature worth discovering.
Although Suchdol nad Lužnicí is known mainly to paddlers, fishermen, history lovers, cyclists and hikers will also enjoy themselves here.
It was fortunate for the nature around the Novohradske Mountains that people had little chance to change it in the last centure. This remote mountain range raises up to 1000 meters and German-speaking settlers lived there. However, after the WWII they were displaced. Moreover, the borderline regions became inaccessible. Once we omit the cruel thing of displacing former inhabitants, then nature benefited. Deep forests, clean air, nature untouched by the men. And still, after 25 years not many tourists have discovered this area, unlike Sumava.
Novohradské Mountains are less known to public but despite this fact they are nice and romantique, these deserted mountains in eastern direction from Bohemian Forest.
Mountains / Europe / Czech republic
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