Český Krumlov

The picturesque town lies in deep meandering valley of the Vltava river in the South of Czech republic. In the medieval age this city used to be the junction of the Czech inland, Austrian and Hungarian territory and northern Italy. That left markable vestiges on the whole city. Nowadays Cesky Krumlov offers an unique complex of 300 hundred historical buildings. It has a well preserved city centre  (gothic, renaissance and baroque architecture) including a beautiful baroque theatre built by the royal family at the end of the 17th century. The castle is the second  largest in the Czech republic. 

 
 
 
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