Photographer's Note

On the last picture I showed church of St. Wenceslas 1675 in Baroque style. Now also you can see it in the middle of the picture.
On the left of this church is a congregation Husa (Husův sbor)

Machov is a market town situated in the Czech Republic and in the Hradec Králové Region. It has around 1,100 inhabitants.
It lies just next to the border with Poland.
The first written note is from 1354 and the first note of Machov as a market town is from 1405, when it was a part of Náchod county. A church of St. Wenceslas from 1675 stands at the place of a removed wooden church established in 1354. There is a baroque Marian column on the square from 1761. A protected lime tree (Tilia cordata) with estimated age of 500 years grows near house number 26. It is the oldest tree in the whole region and the specimen is a national emblem of the Czech and Slovak republic/wiki/

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