Photographer's Note

sunset when I caught fish on the Jizera River in Mladá Boleslav

It flows under Smrk in the Jizera Mountains, then flows through the Great Jizera Meadow, forming about 15 km of Czech-Polish border. Formerly, this border formed its entire upper flow, after the continual and very persistent border disputes in the years 1537-1845 about which of the two springs on the Spruce is the right one, the state border is now led by a gap between them and the main source is considered to on the Polish side. It then flows along the border of the Giant Mountains National Park, Podkrkonoší and then crosses the Ještědsko-kozákovský ridge. Throughout this time, the river has a torrential character, with turnovers turning with a distinct slope and a rocky riverbed with quieter sections. Smaller, left shoulder in Turnov is called Malá Jizera. From Turnov Jizera flows through the open country, where it has a rather modest slope. The river flows into the Elbe River for 164 km

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