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21 02, 2020

The “Sokolovna” and the Tyrš Gardens

2020-09-21T14:52:48+02:00Categories: Monuments and culture, Sport and relaxation|Tags: , |

People who continue to perpetuate the sporting traditions established by Tyrš can be found in almost every town and city. In its day, the Jablonec Sokolovna was one of the largest gymnasiums in Bohemia! The monumental neo-renaissance building has been used for various physical activities since [...]

13 12, 2019


2021-02-09T09:14:21+01:00Categories: The Kittel Region|Tags: , , , |

The village of Krásná, where Jan Josef Antonín Eleazar Kittel, the legendary doctor and healer, was born at the beginning of the 18th century, is the natural centre of the Kittel area. He built his mysterious house Burk, which was enormous by the standards of those [...]

17 01, 2020

The Kristiánov glassmaking settlement

2020-11-19T14:12:39+01:00Categories: The Jizera Mountains, Tourist destinations, Museums and exhibitions|Tags: , , |

Even though it has not been possible to come across a functioning glassworks in the middle of our mountains for almost a century, the places where they once stood are so magical that you often feel as if the master glassmakers had only just left the [...]

26 02, 2020

The Hotel Prague Cultural Centre

2020-11-16T15:32:50+01:00Categories: Monuments and culture|Tags: |

The reconstructed building which was originally a hotel can boast a renovated hall which is available for a wide range of events. The history of this building in the pedestrian zone in Komenského Street stretches back to 1879, when the property with the original building was [...]

14 01, 2020

Vranov – the Pantheon

2020-12-22T16:36:10+01:00Categories: The valleys of the Jizera and Kamenice Rivers, Tourist destinations|Tags: , , |

Vranov or the Pantheon is the ruin of a clifftop castle on the right-hand side of the Jizera River which towers above the municipality of Malá Skála. Only remnants of this late mediaeval clifftop castle, which was the largest fortification of its type in the Czech [...]

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