VLTAVA ~ Czech Republic

The Vltava (Czech pronunciation: [vl̩ˈtava] ( listen); German: Moldau, IPA: [ˈmɔldaʊ̯]) is the longest river (433 km)in the Czech Republic, running north from its source near the German border in Šumava through Český Krumlov, České Budějovice, and Prague, merging with the Elbe at Mělník. NOT FINISH / NEHOTOVE !!!
Starý pramen Vltavy, Šumava

Starý pramen Vltavy, Šumava

Bedřich Smetana - Vltava (z cyklu Má vlast)

Bedřich Smetana - Vltava (z cyklu Má vlast)

The river is crossed by 18 bridges (including the famous Charles Bridge, shown below) as it runs through Prague. It covers 31 kilometres (19 mi) within the city.

The river is crossed by 18 bridges (including the famous Charles Bridge, shown below) as it runs through Prague. It covers 31 kilometres (19 mi) within the city.

Vltava River Basin is the catchment area of the river the second Regulations and is part of the Elbe basin . It consists of the area from which to river Vltava River water flows either directly or through their tributaries .

Vltava River Basin is the catchment area of the river the second Regulations and is part of the Elbe basin . It consists of the area from which to river Vltava River water flows either directly or through their tributaries .

Die Moldau Listening Guide

Die Moldau Listening Guide

The Moldau,

The Moldau,

,The area is famous for its wine. When Charles IV, the Czech king and Emperor of The Holy Roman Empire brought wine from Burgundia and improved Melnik vineyards, the town importance grew. The importance of the town started to increase again in 19th and 20th century, when new industries were introduced in the town. You can buy wine in the castle and have lunch in a castle restaurant with view of the confluence of the rivers.

,The area is famous for its wine. When Charles IV, the Czech king and Emperor of The Holy Roman Empire brought wine from Burgundia and improved Melnik vineyards, the town importance grew. The importance of the town started to increase again in 19th and 20th century, when new industries were introduced in the town. You can buy wine in the castle and have lunch in a castle restaurant with view of the confluence of the rivers.

The view from the castle in Mělník

The view from the castle in Mělník

Melnik - Google Search

Melnik - Google Search

Melnik - Google Search

Melnik - Google Search

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