Czech or Czech Republic a country where many People. Who dream of visiting once in their life, especially Cesky Krumlov Cesky Crumlov. A World Heritage City that has been through a lot of history. It is also fill with the charm of classic architecture that is still well preserve. Looking at it, it’s no different from a village in the fairy tale world.
Český Krumlov is a small town. Located in the south of The Czech Republic is surround by the Vltava River, giving the city a droplet-like appearance. In addition to being a world heritage city and a historical city. There are also houses that still preserve the medieval architecture very well. And has a different charm in each season. Therefore, it is not surprising. That this is one of the dream cities that many people have people want to visit.
Biography Cesky Krumlov
It is assume that the city of Cesky Krumlov dates back to the Old Stone Age. (Paleolithic) before people from many tribes and nations settled in each era. But the city first appeared on the pages of history in 1253 as “Chumbonowe”. With the city’s rapid re-allocation at that time. Italy mixed together. But after World War II, the US military drove all the Germans out of Cesky Krumlov. And the city gradually grew. dilapidated during the communist era
Until the Velvet Revolution in 1989, Czechoslovakia transformed its communist regime to a free western political system as Czech Republic. This allowed cities, including Cesky Krumlov, to develop into the country’s most important historical tourist destinations. It was also register as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1992 as well.
Highlight Cesky Krumlov
Although Cesky Krumlov is a city of choice Play for a day and collect them all. But it is a city full of stories told through different places. Start with the first coordinate Crumlov Castle is a 700-year-old castle built in 1240. And there is the former residence of the Rosenberg, Habsburg and Schwarzenberg families. Distinguished by the pink castle clam tower built at the same time. With the castle with Gothic architecture (Gothic) before being modified and decorated in the Renaissance era. (Renaissance) and is constantly being repaired.