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Cyklovýlet NS Mikuláše Rutharda
NS Mikuláše Rutharda – 30 km celkové stoupání 348 m.
Staré Město pod Landštejnem
The original settlement was established in the 12th century, in the 14th century it grew into a market village, belonging to Landštejn, in the 15th century it was promoted to a town. During the industrial revolution, the town and the railway and all industries avoided the town by leaps and bounds, and the importance is gradually declining. While in 1840 it had 1,036 inhabitants, in 1939 only 531. The expulsion of the German population after the Second World War, which at that time made up about half of the population, also had a negative effect.
The hill (738 m) lies about 5 km south of Kunžak and about 25 km southeast of Jindřichův Hradec. In the past, the mountain was a place where the borders of Bohemia, Moravia and Austria met. At its top was a border landmark. Its German name Markstein apparently recalls that the mountain was a tri-border and in translation means as much as "Boundary Stone". At the top are massive rock massifs that are worth seeing.
The monastery was founded in 1455 by Peter of Linda, under the influence of the Rosenbergs, the monastery was abolished, and was rebuilt in 1663 under the care of Emperor Ferdinand III. In the middle of the 18th century, the Scapular Chapel and a representative prelature were added. In 1785, the monastery was abolished by Emperor Joseph II. The castle was owned by the Schwarzenbergs until 1939.
Boundary stone on the border of Bohemia and Moravia
Boundary stone on the border of Bohemia and Moravia between Slavonice and the Old Town below Landštejn.
Landštejn is a huge castle with a Romanesque core, extended in late Gothic and Renaissance style. In 1771 it was destroyed by fire and abandoned. In recent years, its reconstruction has taken place. It is located in Landštejn, part of the village of Staré Město pod Landštejnem in the South Bohemian Region, east of the town of Nová Bystřice and 3 km northwest of the Old Town
Rope park Landštejn
The Landštejn Rope Center is a novelty of 2010 in Czech Canada. Its unique location in the unspoilt nature of Czech Canada promises a unique experience. Low and high rope obstacles are prepared for visitors. 21 high obstacles, low rope obstacles for children, archery, aquazorbing, turnkey programs for companies and groups.
Chateau Červená Lhota
One of the most romantic monuments in Bohemia is the South Bohemian water castle Červená Lhota. It grows on a rock, which has become a small island with the dam of the valley and the rising water level. The Zeman fortress was bought in 1530 by Jan Kába from Rybňany and soon after it was rebuilt into a Renaissance chateau.
The brewery was built in the U Zemanů pub building in the village of Popelín during 2013. The ground floor of the pub, where there is a brewery and cellars, where there are combustion vats, malt and hops storage, cooling tanks and a filling line, was used to locate the brewery's technology. Beer production started at the beginning of 2014
Historic boundary stone between Bohemia, Moravia and Austria.