Liberec  利贝雷茨

Praha 布拉格

The nearby peak of Ještěd is the dominant feature of the district.
Historical places of interest include the neo-Renaissance town hall
from the 19th century and log houses from the 17th century. Liberec
offers a wide range of cultural services, including regional gallery,
a fine public library as well as zoological and botanical gardens.

Praha (Prague) is the capital city and the largest city in the Czech
Republic. It is the seat of the president, the government and the
parliament. It is a cultural and economic centre.It was built by the
finest architects and artists from all over Europe. Its buildings, famed
bridges, flowing river and narrow cobbled streets are breathtaking and
charming. The centre of Prague is basically one big landmark, monument
and historical site, spread across three districts – the Old Town (Staré
Město), the Lesser Town (Malá Strana) with Prague Castle, and the Jewish


Město)、小城(Malá Strana,布拉格堡即使在这个)和犹太区。



Olomouc  奥洛穆茨

Brno 布尔诺

Olomouc is protected by law to conserve its unique cultural heritage
and monuments. Its notable landmarks include the Church of St.
Wenceslas, founded around 1100 AD. The main square is a harmonious
area dominated by the town hall, the Trinity column, a modern
astronomical clock and two fountains from the turn of the 16th and
17th centuries, which have been recently complemented by a third
fountain. The Přemyslid Palace with its specific composite windows is
an outstanding Romanesque monument.

Brno is the economic and cultural centre of the south Moravian region.
It is the country’s second largest city. Brno’s architecture reflects
the town’s long and rich history, including such outstanding
functionalist works as the Brno Trade Fair Grounds (host to more than 50
international trade fairs each year). The city skyline is dominated by
Špilberk Castle, which was originally a Gothic palace and later became a
baroque fortress. Other city features are the Cathedral of St. Peter and
St. Paul on Petrov hill and the Old Town Hall.





Ústí nad Labem 拉贝河旁边的乌斯季

Ostrava 俄斯特拉发

Ústí nad Labem is a modern city in the north-western part of Bohemia
located in the beautiful Labe (Elbe) River valley, 20 km from the
German border. The Marian Bridge over the Labe was awarded a special
prize in 2001 in a public survey commissioned by the Structural
Engineering International journal, and was nominated among the world’s
10 most beautiful construction projects in recent decades. The
cliff-top ruins of Střekov castle dominate the skyline of the city.

Ostrava is the third largest city in the Czech Republic and the
administrative centre of the Moravian-Silesian region. It has become an
 important cultural, trade and sporting centre. The city has enjoyed
rapid growth in its tourist potential, which has been helped by the
city’s location close to the Polish and Slovak borders, its wealth of
unique industrial architecture and other sights, the rich historical and
cultural heritage of the region and the sporting opportunities offered
by the nearby mountains and countryside.





Opava 奥帕瓦

Plzeň 比尔森

Opava is an ancient town and the historical centre of the Czech part
of the Silesian region.Its historical monuments include a former
Minorite Monastery, the “Hláska” City Hall, the parish Church of the
Assumption of the Virgin Mary as well as the Silesian Theatre and
Opera House. There are also regional archives and a number of

Plzeň is the fourth largest city in the Czech Republic and is well known
all over the world for its beer brewing. The dominant feature of the
historical centre of Plzeň is the Church of St Bartholomew, with a tower
over 100 metres high. A town hall and a number of burghers’ houses and
stone portals represent the Renaissance period. The episcopate building
is one of a number of baroque sights. At the end of the 19th century, a
synagogue, which is the third largest in the world, was built in a
Moorish Romanesque style.





Zlín 兹林

České Budějovice 捷克布杰约维采

Zlín is famous especially for the Bata shoe company, which was
established in the 19th century and prospered between the two world
wars. Even today the city is a showcase of urban functionalism. From
the point of view of historical interest, there is a large Renaissance
chateau rebuilt in a baroque style situated in the middle of the city.

The royal town of České Budějovice was founded in 1265 and is famous
around the world for its Budweiser beer. Medieval houses, including a
baroque town hall, Samson’s Fountain and St. Nicholas’s Cathedral,
surround its large rectangular town square. The dominant feature of the
town is the Gothic-Renaissance Black Tower, which offers a magnificent





Pardubice 帕尔杜比采

Hradec Králové 赫拉德茨 – 克拉洛韦

With its neo-Renaissance town hall, many burghers’ houses and a
castle, Pernštýn Square (Pernštýnské náměstí) is the highlight of the
town centre. Other landmarks include the Green Gate and St.
Bartholomew’s Church, both dating back to the 16th century. The town
is also famous for horse racing and for gingerbread.

Hradec Králové is a major administrative centre in eastern Bohemia. It
is one of the oldest and most beautiful cities in Bohemia, and was also
called “the City of Czech Queens”.The Gothic Church of the Holy Spirit,
the Renaissance White Tower, the baroque church of the Assumption of the
Virgin Mary and the Bishop’s Palace are landmarks representing the
variety of architectural styles that Hradec Králové is proud of.


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