Bohemian Switzerland also known as Czech Switzerland, is a picturesque region in the north-western Czech Republic. It lies on the Czech side of the Elbe Sandstone Mountains north of Děčín on both sides of the Elbe River
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Little Pravčicka Gate
The Malá Pravčická brána (Little Pravčice Gate) is a natural sandstone arch, that is about 2.30 m high and 3.30 m wide. It is located in Bohemian Switzerland near the red signposted main hiking route (E3 European long distance path) between Mezní Louka and Vysoká Lípa.
Sandstone rock formation with carved dwarfs, which carved by local folk artist Ernest Wahr in 1833
Panská skála (Natural Monument)
National Nature Monument Panska skala rock – Herrnhausfelsen – is a geological locality where stone organ pipes was formed due to the column separation of basalt during the cooling of magma – most famous geological nature reserve, Czech Republic.
Czech Kamenice Gorges
Golden Hill – basalt columns – is a national natural monument on the same name in the north of the Czech Republic
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Remains of a rock castle Saunstejn, which is also called Robber castle, was built approximately in the middle of the 14th century, Bohemian Switzerland, Czech Republic
Chapel Ecce Homo
Abandoned factory Elias Palme – Kamenický Šenov
The former Art Nouveau glassworks factory “Eliáška” dates back to 1905. The factory was built by Elias Palma’s sons when they took over the company after their father. Chandeliers were produced until 1972. Today, the building, which was key to the production of chandeliers, is in a desolate state. In addition to the perimeter walls, the original decoration can be seen on the plaster.