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UNESCO Sites

Nine of the most important locations in the Czech Republic have been entered in the UNESCO List of World Cultural Heritage. All of them are worth visiting and deserve to be included in the accompanying programs for meetings and incentives. Apart from the historical center of Prague, the UNESCO list includes:

Ceský Krumlov in South Bohemia ‑

situated on the banks of the Vltava River. It is an outstanding example of a small medieval town whose architectural heritage has remained intact thanks to its peaceful evolution for more than five centuries. The castle of Ceský Krumlov is the second largest in the country, offering not only a complex of 40 buildings and palaces, situated around 5 castle courts, but also the worlds oldest Baroque theater.

Kutná Hora ‑

the royal silver town, once competing with Prague. The profit from silver mining helped win fame and glory for the Kingdom. Kutná Hora was the place where the Czech groschens were minted and copies of them are today sold as souvenirs. The Gothic St.Barbara Cathedral is a wonderful dominant of the town's skyline.

Telc ‑

just halfway from Prague to Vienna, in South Moravia, is a Renaissance fairy tale, surrounded by walls and strengthened by a network of ponds. Pilgrimage Church of St. John of Nepomuk at Zelená Hora (Green Mountain) near Zd'ár nad Sázavou in the Czech‑Moravian Highland, is the most original work of the great architect Giovanni Santini, created in the unique style of Gothic Baroque. It is the first construction in Europe without pillars, which can accommodate 2,000 people

Lednice ‑

Valtice Complex in South Moravia by the border with Austria, offers 150 sqkm/55.2 sqmi of countryside around the Dyje River and the castles of Valtice and Lednice. It is a perfect example of a "cultural landscape", or landscape which has been changed by humans into an original work of art, a paradise of nature‑lovers. Holasovice village in South Bohemia is an exceptionally complete and well preserved example of a traditional village, with 22 farms built in a style known as the "South Bohemian Folk Baroque", preserving a ground plan dating from the Middle Ages.

Kromeríz Castle Gardens ‑

a city in Central Moravia is called "the Athens of the Haná Region". Since the 12th century it was the property and the seat of the Olomouc bishops, and its castle gardens are unique. Do you remember Milos Forman’s film "Amadeus"? The famous scene of the Imperial ball was filmed here.

Litomysl ‑

an important town in East Bohemia, was built on an old trade path. It has one of the longest squares in the country, but it is the beautiful Renaissance chateau with typical scratch‑work decorations which put Litomysl on the UNESCO list. Several international musical festivals take place in this town, the birthplace of the great Czech composer Bedrich Smetana.

Olomouc ‑

Holy Trinity Column in Olomouc holds an exceptional position in European Baroque sculpture and architectural creations of the first half of the 18th century. It was fashioned between the years 1716–1754, with several artists taking turns in working on it, commencing with the masonry master Václav Render who designed this architectural gem.