The Lusatian Mountains (Czech: Lužické hory; German: Lausitzer Gebirge; Polish: Góry Łużyckie) are a mountain range of the Western Sudetes on the southeastern border of Germany with the Czech Republic. They are a continuation of the Ore Mountains range west of the Elbe valley. The mountains of the northern, German, part are called the Zittau Mountains.
Elephants Rocks or White Stones – interesting rock formation resembling a bathing elephants
GPS: 50.8017647N, 14.8537814E
Relief of the Holy Trinity – stone altar carved in sandstone cliff in the forest from 1740 – old stone altar carved in sandstone cliff in the forest near the village Marenicky, Lusatian Mountains, Czech Republic.
GPS: 50.7892431N, 14.6793783E
Large rock gate at the ruins of the castle Milštejn, Lusatian Mountains, Czech Republic.
GPS: 50.8117456N, 14.6334281E
Lemberk castle – guard castle was built in the mid 13th century. After 1550 the castle was rebuilt into a Renaissance chateau. Major Baroque modifications through the mid-17th century.
GPS: 50.7775903N, 14.7878717E