Commemorative medals from points of interest in CZ
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Castle Pecka
coinage 367
Spa Luhačovice -Jurkovič House
coinage 366
Jurkovičova rozhledna
coinage 365

Castle Pecka

The castle was built in the early 14th century. In the course of the 15th and the 16th century the castle was rebuilt in the Renaissance Style into a comfortable four-winged, two-floored palace. [» more]

Spa Luhačovice -Jurkovič House

spa facility with accommodation - aromatherapy massage, baths containing additives, breathing exercises, bubble hydrotherapy, classical massage, diet therapy, heat treatment, inhalation, magnetotherapy, medical consultation, mineral bath, mineral water cures, natural carbonic bath, outdoor exercise therapy, peat wrap, pool [» more]

Jurkovičova rozhledna

Unikátní Jurkovičova rozhledna byla postavena od října 2010 do listopadu 2011 na Karlově kopci v Rožnově pod Radhoštěm, nad Valašskou dědinou Valašského muzea v přírodě. Stavba za deset milionů korun je podle plánů architekta Dušana Jurkoviče jehož další stavby můžete v regionu navštívit. [» more]
Castle Hrubý Rohozec
coinage 363
Peak Lovoš
coinage 362
Castle Opočno
coinage 361

Castle Hrubý Rohozec

The predecessor of Hrubý Rohozec was an early Gothic castle, built on a cliff by the river Jizera sometime after 1300 AD. Its founder was most probably Havel, a member of the Markvatic family. [» more]

Peak Lovoš

Lovos is a 1,764 ft / 538 m mountain peak near Lovosice, Ústecký Kraj, Czech Republic. Based on peakery data, it ranks as the 25th highest mountain in Ústecký Kraj and the 549th highest mountain in Czech Republic. The nearest peaks are Ostry, Plesivec, Deblik, Milesovka, Hora, and Varhost'. [» more]

Castle Opočno

The area of Opočno castle is a unique collection of monuments demonstrating a way of living, a taste and thinking of a part of Czech society during five centuries. Because of its historical and art value, the castle has been declared the National Cultural Monument. Seeing the castle consist from two parts.

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ZOO Ostrava - African Slender-snouted Crocodile
coinage 360
Castle Kunětická Hora
coinage 358
Obří sud Javorník
coinage 357

ZOO Ostrava - African Slender-snouted Crocodile

he original purpose of a zoo was most of all to allow its visitors to get to know as many different species of animals as possible; nobody considered what the animals might need. Animals which live in groups in the wild were often kept singly, and all under completely unsuitable conditions in small compounds. [» more]

Castle Kunětická Hora

ruin of the Gothic castle on the highly visible hill stands out above the horizon in the fertile plain of the Elbe valley in East Bohemia. It used to be higher, but during the centuries the stone was extracted and used, for example, for constructions in the nearby town Pardubice. [» more]

Obří sud Javorník

It all began in 1898 in Wien at the exhibition of the 50th anniversary of reign of Franz Josef I. At this exhibition there was also a giant cask serving to the purpose of a wine house. One of the visitors of this wine house was Wilhelm Huebel, landlord from Dlouhé Mosty near Liberec. [» more]
Castle Teplice
coinage 356
Castle Ratibořice
coinage 355
The Tower Janov
coinage 354

Castle Teplice

Originally a Gothic fortress, built on the place of a Benedictine convent originated by Queen Judith in the 12th century and plundered by the Hussites, rebuilt into a Renaissance chateau, adapted in the Baroque and the Classicist style. An English park. [» more]

Castle Ratibořice

State castle and close Ratiborice Grandmother valley are frequented mainly due to a renowned novel by Bozena Nemcova "Grandma ". The castle is now partially wheelchair-accessible monument. On the ground floor is wheelchair accessible exposition that introduces you to the last owner of the House of Schaumburg- Lippe. [» more]

The Tower Janov

The tower is 40 m high (viewing platform at 30 m) and offers a nice view of Czech-Saxon Switzerland. [» more]