This pilgrimage church, built in honour of St John of Nepomuk, stands at Zelená Hora, not far from Ždár nad Sázavou in Moravia.

Pilgrimage Church of St John of Nepomuk (UNESCO World Heritage Site), Zelená hora (Green Hill), Czech Republic

Loket, Czech republic. About 30 minutes from Karlovy Vary. A little gem of a town. Taken by Talmadge O'Neill

About 30 minutes from Karlovy Vary. A little gem of a town. Taken by Talmadge O'Neill

My favorite of the 16th century houses that line the main town square in Telč, Czech republic

My favorite of the century houses that line the main town square in Telč, Czech republic

Socialist Realist astronomical clock on the Olomouc City Hall. In contrast to the astronomical clock in Prague, this one was built in  1947–1955 by Karel Svolinský to replace the 15th century astronomical clock destroyed at the end of WWII.

Socialist Realist astronomical clock on the Olomouc City Hall. In contrast to the astronomical clock in Prague, this one was built in by Karel Svolinský to replace the century astronomical clock destroyed at the end of WWII.

Humor by Vladimír Jiránek

Humor by Vladimír Jiránek

At 1,602 metres (5,256 ft), Sněžka is the highest point in the Czech Republic and borders Poland.

At metres ft), Sněžka is the highest point in the Czech Republic and borders Poland.

The main square in Telč, Czech republic is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and contains rows of beautifully painted Renaissance and Baroque houses with high gables and arcades. Taken by Talmadge O'Neill

The main square in Telč, Czech republic is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and contains rows of beautifully painted Renaissance and Baroque houses with high gables and arcades. Taken by Talmadge O'Neill

Top of the UNESCO listed Holy Trinity Column in Olomouc. At the top you can see a small gold ball on the left hand side - this represents when the Prussians fired cannon balls at the monument during the siege of Olomouc in 1758. Taken by Talmadge O'Neill

Top of the UNESCO listed Holy Trinity Column in Olomouc. At the top you can see a small gold ball on the left hand side - this represents when the Prussians fired cannon balls at the monument during the siege of Olomouc in Taken by Talmadge O'Neill

Kokořín castle, about 90 minutes north of Prague. Taken by Talmadge O'Neill

Kokořín castle, about 90 minutes north of Prague. Taken by Talmadge O'Neill

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