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John´s castle
coinage 305
Břeclav town
coinage 304
The Church of the Virgin Mary the Helper from the star - Železná Ruda
coinage 303

John´s castle

Was built in years 1807 – 1810 by architect Hardtmuth as a romantic ruin in the bend of the river Dyje in the middle of the forest. The ground plan is formed of four towers in the corners of the square yard. There used to be a gamekeepers residence in the main wing and a hall on the first floor. [» more]

Břeclav town

Břeclav has 25.000 inhabitants and is located on the Dyje River. There are not only many interesting sights left here by the House of Liechtenstein, but you can also visit two interesting churches directly in the city center, the St. Wenceslas Church on the Masaryk Square and St. [» more]

The Church of the Virgin Mary the Helper from the star - Železná Ruda

The Church of the Virgin Mary the Helper from the star was built in the Baroque style in 1729 – 1732 on request and at the cost of Count Wolf Jindřich Nothaf of Wernberg and is located in the place of an old chapel. [» more]
Church of Our Lady of Victory
coinage 302
Devil´s hill - Harrachov
coinage 301
Libverda Spa- Colonade
coinage 300

Church of Our Lady of Victory

The Infant Jesus of Prague originally came from Spain. The legend tells that the Infant Jesus appeared miraculously to a certain monk, who modelled the statue based on the appearance of the apparition. 

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Devil´s hill - Harrachov

marked mountain (1020 m) south from the Harrachov. There is ski area Rýžoviště on the nord-east slopes of this mountain and on the nord slope there are famous Harrachov´s spring-boards. The chair lift from Harrachov to the top of Černá mountain overcomes camber about 350 m. There is a beautiful view from the top of mountain. [» more]

Libverda Spa- Colonade

The town Lázně Libverda is situated in the attractive area on the northern foothills of the Jizera mountains. At the moment the population is approximately 460 inhabitants. The town itself lies 424 metres above the sea level, on the boundary with Germany and Poland, and its area is 1320 hectares wide. [» more]
Libverda Spa - fountain
coinage 299
The Castle Šternberk
coinage 298
Becherplatz
coinage 297

Libverda Spa - fountain

The town Lázně Libverda is situated in the attractive area on the northern foothills of the Jizera mountains. At the moment the population is approximately 460 inhabitants. The town itself lies 424 metres above the sea level, on the boundary with Germany and Poland, and its area is 1320 hectares wide. [» more]

The Castle Šternberk

ternberk Castle was originally a medieval fortress with a cylindrical tower. The fortified remains of the main palace attract visitors with thier unusual atmosphere. The lovely scenery surrounding the castle is now a forest park. [» more]

Becherplatz

Its appearance evokes the atmosphere of the ancient square of 19 century,where you can relax with a coffee in a cafe Kaffee Magazine or buy souvenirs, delicatessens, beer or Charles IV.v our shop. From the square you can meet after oak stairs straight to the original restaurant and brewery Charles IV. [» more]
Becherplatz
coinage 296
Municipal House
coinage 295
The town  Čáslav
coinage 294

Becherplatz

Its appearance evokes the atmosphere of the ancient square of 19 century,where you can relax with a coffee in a cafe Kaffee Magazine or buy souvenirs, delicatessens, beer or Charles IV.v our shop. From the square you can meet after oak stairs straight to the original restaurant and brewery Charles IV. [» more]

Municipal House

The municipal house is the most spectacular Art Nouveau building in Prague. Its construction dates back to the beginning of the 20th century (1906-1912). Since then it has been the host of many concerts and exhibitions and has been admired by millions of tourists and visitors. [» more]

The town Čáslav

The town of Čáslav (population 10 000) is situated in the middle of wide foothills of the mountains along the Elbe River, bordered by Železné hory (mountains) and the Sázava hill country, 70 kilometres east of Prague. Přemysl Otakar II., Bohemian king, founded Čáslav as a royal town in the mid-13th century. [» more]