Region of Olomouc - Czech republic
It is extending here the highest montain-range of Moravia Hrubý Jeseník, the highest point is Praděd (1492m).
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The Caves Na Pomezí were discovered in 1949. They are placed near to the town of Jeseník. After many years of investigation, total length of caves was stipulated to 1320 metres. Sintre decoration, with big stalactites, is typical for this two-storey cave system. As an interesting subject, it is a stalagmite in a form of heart, which fulfills, when you touch, any of your wishes.
Photo: Monika Babická
Today, we set off to see the streets of Prerov. The River Becva flows through this city of 40 thousand. It is an important traffic crossroads, and an important regional administrative center. In the photogallery, we present you its Renaissance-style chateau. Then we take a walk along historical structures, see some beautiful nooks, and admire spacious squares, and busy life of the town.
Text and photos: Oskár Mažgút
Olomouc, a Moravian city, is place of true adventure. Go and explore sights and interesting places such as Horni square with its town hall and the Holy Trinity column (UNESCO World Heritage Site), St Wenceslas cathedral which is a part of Olomouc castle or amazing baroque fountains. Later you can taste traditional Olomouc cheese. Today's photogallery takes you to the most interesting of pilgrimage places which are sitauted close to the city itself.
Text and photos: Oskár Mažgút
The vast and deep forests of Hrubý Jeseník in the northern part of Moravia are protected areas and extend into two regions - the Moravian-Silesian and the Olomouc regions. On the highest peak of Praděd stands a transmitter and lookout tower overlooking the surrounding mountains. You can set out here from Karlova Studánka through Bílá Opava valley or from Ovčárna. In the Jeseníky mountains there is clean and healing air for breathing difficulties and also springs, which has created several spas and convalescent homes.
Text: Monika Babická
Photos: Matouš Vinš, Monika Babická
On Svatý Kopeček in Olomouc, an area of 42.5 hectares spreads over a zoo that offers over 400 different animal species. It is open all year round and that its visit is worth it even during the winter, we convinced with our own eyes. Visitors can look forward not only to monkeys, beasts, giraffes, bats or beautiful wolves, but also to exotic creatures such as sharks. Every dog owner will be pleased to report that they can come here with their four-legged pet.
Text and photos: O. Maňáková
We invite you for a walk around the world-famous spa on the northwestern outskirts of Jeseník in the Olomouc region. Priessnitz´s Healing Spa offers not only a number of exceptional healing procedures, but also beautiful natural scenery, many small and large sights, several nature trails and hiking trails surrounded by the second highest mountain range in the Czech Republic, the Hrubý Jeseník.
Text: Oskár Mažgút
Photos: Karin Hörmannová
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