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VLTAVA ~ Czech Republic

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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 !!!

melnik czech republic wiki - Google Search,In the 10th Century, the Pšov fortress was replaced by an early Přemyslid castle named Mělník and around it grew a settlement that was granted city status in the year 1274 and continued it s association with bohemian queens when it became a queens dowry town under Charles the fourth.

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Melnik - Google Search,Mělník lies at the centre of Bohemia’s winemaking region and any of the wine cellars scattered across the well-preserved historic centre of town or even the chateau itself are good places to sample the local drop.

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Starý pramen Vltavy, Šumava

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,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.

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Bedřich Smetana - Vltava (z cyklu Má vlast)

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Melnik - Google Search,The location has been inhabited since at least the 9th century, when it was a fortress of the Pšovan tribe. These river valleys from Prague to the wide bend of the Labe at Roudnice were the heartland of the earliest Czechs; the original Slavic settlers who arrived in Bohemia during the great migration of nations in the sixth and seventh centuries AD.

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