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  • Panorama Giant, Giant Mountains, Paseky nad Jizerou Read more>

    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. [...]

  • Panorama of Rokytnice nad Jizerou Lysá hora Read more>

    Panorama of Rokytnice nad Jizerou Lysá hora

    Rokytnice nad Jizerou (German Rochlitz) is a town and mountain resort in the western Giant Mountains. It is located in the Liberec region, in the Semily district, in the extended valley of the Huťský brook between the massifs of the mountains Stráž (782 m), Čertova hora (1022 m) and Lysá hora (1344 m) and along the left (eastern) bank of the river Jizera. It lives around 2 700. [...]

  • Lookout Rock constable in Rokytnice nad Jizerou Read more>

    Lookout Rock constable in Rokytnice nad Jizerou

    Rock lookout tower Strážník near Rokytnice nad Jizerou, Krkonoše, 778 moun The Stráž peak is one of the guard hills, which in the past was to be warned about the surrounding villages in front of the enemy invasion. This fire message was supposed to reach us from the mountains through the Kozákov hill to the region, to the center of Bohemia. The Rock Peace Lookout Strážník lies in the altitude [...]

  • Vitkovice in the Giant Mountains Read more>

    Vitkovice in the Giant Mountains

    The village of Vitkovice (German Witkowitz) is located in the district of Semily, Liberec region. It lies in the Giant Mountains along the Jizerka valley. To 28. 8. 2006 was inhabited by 426. The first written mention of the village comes from 1606. In 1. half of 17. The glassworks belonging to the Preussler family were working there. The village consists of one cadastral [...]

  • EMBA spol. s ro Paseky nad Jizerou Read more>

    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 [...]

  • Paseky nad Jizerou, Vilemov, Rokytnice nad Jizerou Read more>

    Paseky nad Jizerou, Vilemov, Rokytnice 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 Protected Landscape Area [...]

  • Giant, Lysa hora, Poland Read more>

    Giant, Lysa hora, Poland

    Giant Mountains (German Riesengebirge, Polish Karkonosze) are the geomorphological total and the highest mountain range in the Czech and the Highlands. It lies in northeastern Bohemia (the western part lies in the Liberec region, the eastern part of Královéhradecký) and in the south of the Polish part of Silesia. The highest mountain in the Giant Mountains is Sněžka (1603 m). According to rumors, the Krkonoše Mountains guard the mythical Krakonos spirit. It is one of the most popular mountain resorts in [...]

  • Labe Dam Spindleruv Mlyn Read more>

    Labe Dam Spindleruv Mlyn

    Špindlerův Mlýn (German Spindlermühle) is an important tourist and ski resort in the Krkonoše Mountains. The town of Špindlerův Mlýn has about 1200 inhabitants (in 2006 they had almost 1400) and the area of ​​7690,91 ha. The II / 295 road ends in the city center, followed by a mountain road on Špindlerův bouda. Labská dam is a water reservoir at the top of the river Elbe [...]

  • Rezek Mountains & Autumn and sunrise Read more>

    Rezek Mountains & Autumn and sunrise

    Autumn sunrise in the Krkonoše Mountains in Rezka. Rezek (Giant Mountains) - a local name in the Krkonoše Mountains, a settlement suitable for the town of Jablonec nad Jizerou. Giant Mountains (German Riesengebirge, Polish Karkonosze) are the geomorphological total and the highest mountain range in the Czech and the Highlands. It lies in northeastern Bohemia (the western part lies in the Liberec region, the eastern part of Královéhradecký) and in the south of the Polish part of Silesia. The highest mountain of the Giant Mountains is Sněžka [...]

  • Harrachov & Sunrise Read more>

    Harrachov & Sunrise

    Harrachov and Sunrise 14.11.2016. Harrachov (Harrachsdorf) is a town and a significant mountain resort in the Krkonoše Mountains. It is situated under the Devil's Mountain in the valley of the Mumlava River. Administratively falls under the Liberec Region, Semily District. The territory of the city is directly adjacent to Poland, with which it is connected by significant road traffic. On the site of today's Harrachov he was at 17. century founded village [...]

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    upper Mountains

    Upper Mísečky (German Ober Schüsselbauden) are the highest mountain village in the Krkonoše Mountains. The administrative page falls under Vítkovice. They were built on the slopes of Medvedina at an altitude of 1000 meters. It is located north of Vítkovice and west of Špindlerův Mlýn. The first mountain hut was built here in 1642. At the beginning of their existence they lived here [...]

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    Giant Mountains

    Upper Mísečky (German Ober Schüsselbauden) are the highest mountain village in the Krkonoše Mountains. The administrative page falls under Vítkovice. They were built on the slopes of Medvedina at an altitude of 1000 meters. It is located north of Vítkovice and west of Špindlerův Mlýn. The first mountain hut was built here in 1642. At the beginning of their existence they lived here [...]

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