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UNESCO sites in Czech Republic

Accommodation in selected hotels in cities of UNESCO in Czech Republic

Václav Růžek Vaclav Ruzek
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Twelve places of UNESCO in Czech:

Brno, Český Krumlov, Holašovice, Kroměříž, Kutná Hora, Lednice-Valtice Area, Litomyšl, Olomouc, Prague, Telč, Třebíč, Žďár nad Sázavou


Brno

Brno Brno is the second largest city in the Czech Republic, located in the South Moravian region about 190 kilometers from the capital city of Prague. The UNESCO World Cultural and Natural Heritage was registered in 2001 a three-storey functionalist Tugendhat Villa, which in the northern part of Brno in the interwar period, designed by German architect Ludwig Mies van der Rohe. Dominate of town is Špilberk Castle from the 13th century and is worth visiting the historic Brno underground

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Český Krumlov

Český Krumlov Czech Krumlov, well known for its historic architecture of the medieval city center from the 13th century with 300 listed buildings is laid on the Vltava river about 140 kilometers from the capital city of Prague in the South Region. Krumlov is among the first Czech monument, inscribed on the UNESCO World Cultural and Natural Heritage. State Castle Czech Krumlov is after Prague Castle second largest castle complex in the Czech Republic. It is worth mentioning Revolving Theatre. Throughout the year in the Czech Krumlov held various cultural events, music festivals and historic Five-petalled Rose Celebrations, attended by tens of thousands of people.

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Holašovice:

HolašoviceHolašovice are traditional South Bohemian village with a set of houses and granaries in the "South Bohemian Folk Baroque". Holašovice lies 123 km from the capital Prague and the first mention of Holašovice are from the 13th century. The UNESCO World Cultural and Natural Heritage Holašovice were entered in 1998.

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Kroměříž:

KroměřížKroměříž is a popular Moravian town, located 230 kilometers east of the capital city of Prague in the Zlin region. On the UNESCO World Cultural and Natural Heritage was registered in 1998 Archbishop’s Chateau along with his Archbishop’s Gardens - small early baroque Flower Garden and more baroque Chateau Garden. Kromeriz are four more historically valuable churches and Episcopal mint.

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Kutná Hora:

Kutná HoraKutná Hora is a town in the Central Region, about 60 kilometers east of the capital Prague, where in the 13th century in a large silver was mined, therefore, is associated with the development of monetary economy. Inscribed on the List of World Cultural and Natural Heritage is the historic center of Kutna Hora with high and late Gothic church of St. Barbara and the Gothic Cathedral of the Assumption of the Virgin Mary in Sedlec. In Sedlec near Kutna Hora also worth a visit ossuary in the underground ossuary Cemetery Church of All Saints.

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Lednice-Valtice Area:

Lednicko-valtický areál Lednice-Valtice area is located in the South Moravian region and is the largest man-made composite production areas in Europe. Natural area complex has a total area of 283 km2 with a width of about ten kilometers. In 1996 the site was inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage Site, the beautiful Lednice, Valtice scattered small buildings.

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Litomyšl:

LitomyšlLitomyšl, the birthplace of the famous composer Bedrich Smetana located 137 kilometers east of the capital city of Prague in the Pardubice region. The city is dominated by State Chateau Litomyšl in Renaissance style, with more than eight thousand graffiti. The entire castle grounds in 1999 was entered into the World Cultural and Natural Heritage.

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Olomouc:

OlomoucOlomouc, which has been in the medieval center of Moravia today there's more than one hundred thousand inhabitants. From the capital city of Prague is just 212 kilometers. On the Upper Square Olomouc citizens in the years 1716 to 1754 built the monumental Holy Trinity Column , which was inscribed in 2000 on UNESCO's World Cultural and Natural Heritage. Column 32 meters tall is the largest Baroque sculpture in the Czech Republic.

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Praha

Praha Prague is one of the most beautiful cities in Europe and is the 19th most visited city in the world. The UNESCO World Cultural and Natural Heritage, the historic urban core with a total registered Prague Castle in 1992. Prague Castle was, according to historical sources, founded by Prince Bořivoj and at present it is the largest castle complex in the world. Since 1918 is the seat of the President of the Czech Republic. The most beautiful sightseeing tour of Prague is considered the The Royal Route and Prague Castle. The route then leads to Old Town Square, Charles Bridge to the Lesser Town Square and the streets Neruda and Úvoz to Pohořelec, odtud přes Loretto and Castle Square to the Cathedral. Vitus, Wenceslaus and Adalbert to III. courtyard of Prague Castle.

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Telč

TelčTelč, which is known for its burghers' houses with murals and graffiti with the influence of Italian architecture lies 125 km from the capital city of Prague in the Region. The UNESCO World Cultural and Natural Heritage was registered in 1992 in the historic city center of Telč with Renaissance Square along with the most important architectural monument of the city, originally a Gothic castle, which was rebuilt in the 16th century to the Renaissance chateau.

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Třebíč:

TřebíčTřebíč is located in Highlands County, about 140 kilometers southeast of the capital Prague. The UNESCO World Cultural and Natural Heritage in 2003 was registered Christian Romanesque-Gothic St. Procopius Basilica with about 700 years old crypt and Jewish quarter with a large cemetery that is the only completely preserved Jewish quarter in Europe.

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Žďár nad Sázavou:

Žďár nad SázavouŽďár nad Sázavou is situated about 120 kilometers from the capital city of Prague in the Region. The UNESCO World Cultural and Natural Heritage was written in 1994 Pilgrimage church of St John of Nepomuk at Zelená hora from the 18th century by architect Jan Blažej Santini Aichel, built in the style of Baroque Gothic.

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