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    Water reservoir Reservoir Reservoir

    Sushi is a reservoir with a dike on the Černá Desná river. It falls under the Labe River Board, a state-owned enterprise, based in Hradec Králové. The Jablonec nad Nisou plant operates the waterworks. The purpose of the waterworks is the accumulation of water to ensure the collection of raw water for the regional water supply in an average amount of 320 l / s, mitigation of large waters, partial [...]

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    Paseky nad Jizerou from above

    Paseky nad Jizerou view from the height of 06.04.2018. Paseky nad Jizerou is a mountain village in the district of Semily, in the Liberec region, in the western Giant Mountains on the border of the Jizera Mountains, on the right side of the Jizera Mine. 252 inhabitants live here; a number of cottages and other buildings serve today for a holiday stay. The northern part of the village belongs to the Krkonoše National Park, the southern part of the [...]

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    Lookout tower near Vysoká nad Jizerou pine

    Rozhledna U pinehole Vysoké nad Jizerou 21.01.2018 sometime in the afternoon ..... The tourist lookout tower, whose appearance resembles a guard tower with a wooden gallery, was built in the years 2008 to 2009 on its land Mr. František Hubař. The observation tower is situated in a place with far-reaching views near the village of Roprachtice in Semily, where the triangulation tower once stood. The [...]

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    Panorama Giant, Giant Mountains, Paseky nad Jizerou

    Paseky nad Jizerou is a mountain village in the district of Semily, in the Liberec region, in the western Giant Mountains on the border of the Jizera Mountains, on the right side of the Jizera Mine. 252 inhabitants live here; a number of cottages and other buildings serve today for a holiday stay. The northern part of the municipality belongs to the Krkonoše National Park, the southern part including the main settlements to the Jizera Mountains Protected Landscape Area. [...]

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    EMBA spol. s ro Paseky nad Jizerou

    EMBA spol. s ro is a Czech company on the border between the Giant Mountains and the Jizera Mountains. The beginning of the history of the pastry shop in Paseky nad Jizerou is linked to the year of 1882, when the brothers Rössler founded the factory for the production of white handmade cardboard packaging for the glass industry products in the Jablonec region. For the rest of the life of the company, the [...]

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    Jizers from a height

    The Jizera Mountains (German Isergebirge, Polish Góry Izerskie, slang also called Jizerky) are the geomorphological total and the northernmost mountain range of the Czech Republic. The mountain range was named after the Jizera River, which springs on the slopes of Smrk, the highest mountain in the Czech part of the mountains. It was formerly regarded as the western tip of the Giant Mountains. Its substantial part is located in Poland, where the highest [...]

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    Lookout Stepanek Giant Mountains

    Štěpánka (German Stephanshöhe) is a neo-Gothic stone lookout tower on the Hvězda hill (959 m) in the westernmost Krkonoše, on the Příchovický ridge. It is located in the cadastral area Příchovice near Kořenov, Kořenov, district Jablonec nad Nisou. The lookout tower is 24 m high, built between 1847 and 1892. The construction began by Prince Camill Rohan when the imperial [...]

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    Příchovice, root, Giant Mountains

    Příchovice (German Stephansruh or Prichowitz) is a village, part of the village Kořenov in the Jablonec nad Nisou district. It is about 3 km southwest of Kořenov. There are registered 279 addresses. The 271 inhabitants live here permanently. Příchovice originally consisted of settlements and parts of Dolní Příchovice, Horní Příchovice, Pustiny, Morava, Libštát, Potočná, Nová Huť, Tesařov and [...]

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