Wonders of Czechia
Raná – the cradle of Czech gliding
The bare ridge with three peaks near Louny has been a centre for gliding and flying since the 1930s. Nowadays it is especially popular among paragliding enthusiasts.
Černá Nisa Bedřichov – the highest situated dam in the Czech Republic
The Bedřichov Dam lies in the Jizera Mountains at a height of 775 metres above sea level. It is an attractive site for both tourists and nature lovers.
The medieval castle, extended in the 16th century to become a Renaissance chateau, is situated on a basalt rock above the River Smědá.
The largest tourist attraction of the South Bohemian city of Jindřichův Hradec is its historical centre.
The “Devil’s Arse” (Ďáblova prdel) is a famous rock formation in the area of “Czech Canada”, a national park that is filled with granite rocks.
Prague Castle - the country's most visited site has experienced a quiet year
A symbol of Prague and the largest castle complex in the world, Prague Castle was unusually quiet this year due to the coronavirus pandemic.
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