In this gallery you will find pictures of monuments and natural parks, which are listed as World Cultural Heritage UNESCO. These pictures I took, rather casually, without even knowing that this is a case registered on the UNESCO list.
Small religious architecture of the Czech Republic (10 photos) by Tomas Loew (TOMLEVMB) (1631) [Group Theme]
The gallery can be discovered chapels, crosses the lonely fields or relics.
The Jizera Mountain is a mountain range bordering the western Krkonose on their side. The highest peak is located in Poland, the Czech Republic, it is the Smrk with altitude 1124 meters. The median height of the mountain is 696 meters. For the The Jizera Mountains is characterized by flush surfaces in top areas. We find here is a plateau with granite tops. The Jizera Mountains are the cradle of the towers - the 80 of the 19 century there have been built total 33.
Czech Paradise Geopark is an area of 700 km2. It is a real geological textbooks. We can find geological phenomena, palaeontological and mineralogical sites, archaeological sites, historic monuments, towers and interesting city. Well look.
Krkonose The highest mountains of the Czech Rep. (30 photos) by Tomas Loew (TOMLEVMB) (1631) [Group Theme]
The Giant is the highest mountain of the Czech Republic called Snezka. Giant is a particularly interesting country with a typical timbered architecture. The set of photographs to look at the examples of landscape architecture and the examples.
Top Jested - an important landmark landscape (12 photos) by Tomas Loew (TOMLEVMB) (1631) [Group Theme]
At least my photo is Jetěd. Now it is sorted into a series. The peak is 1,012 meters tall, the top of the tip shape and finishes by the TV transmitter. The peak runs from Liberec funicular.
Adriatic Sea on the Balkan peninsula is very diverse. Take a look and judge for yourself.
Kremlin word to me before meant a symbol of the Cold War. Until my visit to the Kremlin. Now I know that it is mainly a group of beautiful architectural monuments in the small space. Just look!