Commemorative medals from points of interest in CZ
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Market Colonnade - Carlsbad
coinage 319
Hot Spring Colonnade and Hot Spring
coinage 318
Museum of Charles Zeman
coinage 315

Market Colonnade - Carlsbad

This white wooden building, built in the Swiss style was meant to cover the springs only for a few years. But since it was standing above the Market and the Charles IV Springs for more than a hundred years, the town decided for its preservation and reconstruction. [» more]

Hot Spring Colonnade and Hot Spring

Since the 16th century the spring and the geyser of hot mineral water was covered by many structures: the Baroque building, the Classicism colonnade, cast-iron or a temporary wooden colonnade. The next and the most recent structure surrounding the thermal spring dates from the late 60s of the 20th century. [» more]

Museum of Charles Zeman

Discover the world of Karel Zeman's fantasy! Take a ride on a flying machine, or walk around the moon like Baron Munchausen, or take the controls of the famous submarine from “The Fabulous World of Jules Verne” ... [» more]
Slavic fortified settlement in Mikulčice, The National Cultural Relic
coinage 314
The Military Technical Museum Lešany
coinage 313
The Moravská Třebová Castle
coinage 312

Slavic fortified settlement in Mikulčice, The National Cultural Relic

he place of historical importance, set in a beautiful countryside, remarkable as a historical site of Great Moravia (8-10th century AD). Two archeological exhibitions with priceless excavations. The original seat of Great Moravia kings and a place of cultural and religious mission of St. Cyril and Methodius. [» more]

The Military Technical Museum Lešany

The Military Technical Museum of the Military History Institute in Prague has been located since 1996 in the former artillery barracks between Krhanice and Lešany, near Týnec nad Sázavou. [» more]

The Moravská Třebová Castle

The Moravská Třebová Castle, which belongs among the most significant Renaissance monuments in Central Europe, was built on the site of a former castle built in the 13th century. [» more]
Rožňov pod Radhoštěm
coinage 311
Hrad Cheb
coinage 310
U Pinkasů restaurant
coinage 309

Rožňov pod Radhoštěm

Rožnov pod Radhoštěm, having a population of almost 20 000, is a modern town surrounded by mountains. The town is annually visited by thousands of Czech and foreign visitors coming both in winter and summer. The medieval age of the founding of the town is reminded us by remains of a castle above the town. [» more]

Hrad Cheb

At the end of the 9th century a Slavonic fortress appeared on a promontory on the place of contemporary castle and neighbouring town parts. During the 11th century margraves of Vohburg took hold of adminstration of Cheb region and this territory became a part of Bavarian northern march. [» more]

U Pinkasů restaurant

The U Pinkasů restaurant – a typical Czech pub is just a few steps away from St. Wenceslas Square. Come for a beer, take a seat and relax for a while, and have a chat. 

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The cruise ship of King George
coinage 308
Vyssi Brod – Cistercian Monastery
coinage 307
Minarett - or Turkish tower
coinage 306

The cruise ship of King George

Cruise ship docked at the pier on the waterfront Castle, about three hundred meters from King George Square, near the bridge over the Elbe. Our cruise ship offers regular one-way cruises,During the cruise, you can use the services of our restaurant [» more]

Vyssi Brod – Cistercian Monastery

The Monastery in Vyssi Brod is a gem of Czech Gothic architecture. It was founded in 1259 by the prominent noble Vok of Rozmberk. The first Cistercian monks came here from Wilhering Monastery in Austria. The family vault of the mighty Lords of the Rose is situated under the presbytery of the monastery church. [» more]

Minarett - or Turkish tower

All of sudden, in the middle of Lednice gardens, a minaret appears as if by magic.Central Europe had always been lands of Christians and rather than holy war was familiar with fratricidal fights between Catholics and Protestants. [» more]