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    Sunset & Phantom 4

    The ruins of Trosky Castle are located at the top of the same name mountain (488 m above sea level), in the village of Troskovice in the district of Semily Liberecký Region. It is owned by the state (administrated by the National Monument Institute) and is accessible to the public. Debris is a symbol of Bohemian Paradise and one of the most visited castles in the Czech Republic. In the upper parts of the hill lies the protected area [...]

  • Háje nad Jizerou, Loukov, Pond from above Read more>

    Háje nad Jizerou, Loukov, Pond from above

    The village of Háje nad Jizerou is located in the Semily district, in the Liberec region, in the middle of the connection between the towns of Semily and Jilemnice, on the banks of the river Jizera (Háje on the left bank, other parts on the right). 682 inhabitants live here. Previously, to 1. 3. 2001, 637 inhabitants were permanently reported in the village, of which 302 in the village of Dolní Sytová, [...]

  • Ruins of Trosky Castle Read more>

    Ruins of Trosky Castle

    Ruins of Trosky Castle almost from sight and outlook of Baba and Panna 11.07.2016 towers to the nearby surroundings. The ruins of Trosky Castle are located at the top of the same name mountain (488 m above sea level), in the village of Troskovice in the district of Semily Liberecký Region. It is owned by the state (administrated by the National Monument Institute) and is accessible to the public. Debris is a symbol of Czech [...]

  • Jizers from a height Read more>

    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 [...]

  • Czech Paradise and Trosky Read more>

    Czech Paradise and Trosky

    The ruins of Trosky Castle are located at the top of the same name mountain (488 m above sea level), in the village of Troskovice in the district of Semily Liberecký Region. It is owned by the state (administrated by the National Monument Institute) and is accessible to the public. Debris is a symbol of Bohemian Paradise and one of the most visited castles in the Czech Republic. In the upper parts of the hill lies the protected area [...]

  • Prachov Rocks, Jinolice, Jinolice ponds Read more>

    Prachov Rocks, Jinolice, Jinolice ponds

    Prachov Rocks are rock formations of sandstone formations of various shapes, extending roughly 5 to 7 km northwest of the town Jičín, nature reserve, part of the Bohemian Paradise Protected Landscape Area and popular destination of tourists. They originated in the Secondary period as sediment at the edge of the sea. Geomorphologically the Prachovské rocks are part of the whole Jičínská pahorkatina, the subtotal Turnovská pahorkatina, the Vyskeřská vrchovina [...]

  • Lookout Stepanek Giant Mountains Read more>

    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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