Today’s Nymburk is the center of Central Elbe, a city of monuments, culture, greenery, and sports: the local basketball club achieves excellent results and the Sports Center is sought after by the best athletes from all over the world say city representatives Nymburk during various centuries The story of the lovely and cozy city of Nymburk started in 1275. It was the time Přemysl Otakar II, the Bohemian king, establsihed the town. According to legends and early writings, the king invited Czech settlers, German and Dutch colonists to begin their lives.  Years passed, and the Czech language became the dominant one after the Hussite Wars in the 15th century. Since then, there are brick walls around Nymburk with more thanRead more.

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Kutná Hora, 71km east of Prague is one of the country’s underrated gems, flush with mystery, history, and prime Czech aesthetics. Dominating its skyline is the epic St. Barbara’s Church and its neighbouring Jesuit College, and strolling through the narrow streets reveals a tapestry of Baroque, Gothic, and Roman style architectural styles displaying the long history of the town. Not seen from afar but noticeable by its cemetery in the front yard is Sedlec Ossuary. After walking through the graves, you reach the entrance to its underground chapel adorned with over 40,000 skeletons artistically arranged in occult fashion. Giant pyramids of skulls, chandeliers made of hip bones, and various shrines made of other skeletal parts emanate a morbid but beautifulRead more.

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Located along the trade routes running into Bohemia, the Český Krumlov Castle was built in the mid-13th century. The castle is considered the second-largest castle complex in all of Central Europe, second only to the Prague Castle. Throughout its long life, the castle has had many owners belonging to some of the wealthiest families in Central Europe. The castle was originally built in the Gothic style but has received multiple renovations by its many owners. Now, the castle boasts aspects of Gothic, Renaissance, and Baroque architecture. One of the most stunning additions made to the castle was the Baroque Theatre. Built in the 17th century, the Baroque Theatre within the castle complex is one of the oldest and best-preserved BaroqueRead more.