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Kutná Hora

municipality in the Czech Republic

112km

49.9487115.26808

Vöcklabruck

Vöcklabruck is a small town in Upper Austria. Vöcklabruck is the capital city of the region with the same name.

115km

48.0086111113.65583333

Bad Aussee

Bad Aussee is located in Salzkammergut in the federal states Styria, Austria.

126km

47.6113.78277778

Bohemian Paradise

protected area in the Czech Republic

135km

50.51972215.170556
Sights

Hluboká nad Vltavou

town in the South Bohemian Region of the Czech Republic

7.0km

49.0513888914.43583333

Holašovice

Village in České Budějovice District of South Bohemian region

23km

48.9666666714.26666667

Český Šternberk

market town in the Czech Republic

78km

49.8111111114.93027778

Srbsko

Municipality and village in Central Bohemian Region, Czech Republic

79km

49.936914.1333

Svatý Jan pod Skalou

Municipality and village in Central Bohemian Region, Czech Republic

81km

49.9666666714.13333333

Beroun

Town in Czech Republic

84km

49.9641666714.07388889

Rabí

town in the Czech Republic

97km

49.2838888913.62444444

Křivoklát

market town in Czech Republic

101km

50.0369444413.87861111

Telč

town in the Czech Republic

111km

49.1844444415.46972222

St. Barbara's Church, Kutná Hora

The works on the church started around 1380 by Peter Parler's workshop, whose other great work in the Czech Republic includes the imposing St. Vitus Cathedral at the Prague Castle. The eye-catching spires are truly magnificent. If you're looking for some fantastic Gothic Bohemian style, St. Barbara Church is certainly one of them alongside St. Vitus in Prague (although as you might see it soon after Prague, it might not make the same impression as seeing Vitus, which is even more grand).

112km

49.94515.26361111

Sedlec Ossuary

This impressive bone church, is better known as the Sedlec Ossuary. The beginning of its story date back to 1278, when Henry, the abbot of Sedlec was sent to the Holy Land. On returning, he brought soil from Golgotha and sprinkled it on the ground here. As a consequence, the burial ground was considered holy and became extremely popular. In 1511 a chapel was constructed to house the bones from abolished graves. The chapel is open to the public, and contains the bones of about 40,000 people, arranged by František Rint in 1870. Rint's work includes an enormous chandelier including every bone in the body, and a crucifix style arrangement near the main altar. The ossuary is open 8am - 6pm (April - September), 9am - 5pm (October, March) and 9am - 4pm (November - February). Closed on 24th December. It is no longer closed noon-1 pm during the off season, though the nearby information center is. Admission is 60 Kč adults and 40 Kč students, though combination packages can be purchased to see other attractions more cheaply. The fee to take photos and videos has either been ended or is now merely ignored.

115km

49.9619555615.28829167

Terezín

– A red-brick baroque fortress 70 km north of Prague beside the Ohře river. It was used during World War II as a Jewish ghetto and concentration camp.

115km

50.514.15

Theresienstadt Ghetto

Nazi concentration camp in Terezín, Czechoslovakia

115km

50.5133333314.16694444

České Středohoří

mountain range

125km

50.5666666714.93333333

Děčín

town in Czech Republic

132km

50.7736111114.19611111

Cathedral of St. Bartholomew (Plzeň)

church in Plzeň-město District of Plzeň region

134km

49.747513.3776

Plzeň

Czech city

134km

49.747513.3775

Great Synagogue (Plzeň)

The second largest synagogue in Europe and the third largest in the world (after the synagogues in Jerusalem and Budapest).

134km

49.7466666713.37277778

Bohemian Switzerland

135km

50.8333333314.25

Techmania Science Center

135km

49.740913.3615

Sychrov Castle

castle in the Czech Republic

136km

50.6263888915.08888889

Prachov Rocks

nature reserve

140km

50.4675527815.28395278

Vranov nad Dyjí

market town in Czech Republic

148km

48.8947222215.8125

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České Budějovice

Czech Republic
České Budějovice is in South Bohemia, in the Czech Republic. The town has since grown into the metropolitan centre. It is the largest town in South Bohemia region and it has approximately 96,000 inhabitants.

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