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The royal city of Litoměřice on the confluence of the Elbe and Ohře is one of the most beautiful in the Czech Republic. The extensive historical centre of the city has dozens of streets and squares
My beautiful world gallery : www.flickr.com/photos/130172846@N04/galleries/72157655030...
Czech Funicular Railway, Prague
View from a rock outlook called Mariánská in the Czech Paradise. Bohemian Paradise is an area where various natural beauties intermingle with rich historical monuments.
Lužná u Rakovníka. They have a lot of perfectly renovated steam locomotives of various periods, historic diesel locomotives, railcars etc. And many hard work ahead...
And landscape in Krnov, Northern Moravia, Czech.
Taken from the tower of St. Martin's Church by old manual telephoto lens - www.flickr.com/photos/134836250@N02/26492561203/in/datepo...
Prague District 6
Stopped off at this place for a spot of lunch, could not resist taking a shot of this guy. They where working in the cellar somewhere. How do you get the rubble out, knock a hole in the wall & drop a conveyor belt down. This guys job, put your spade there & wait. Seemed happy in his work, he liked the shot anyway
La 163-256 di ČD Cargo è qui ripresa in uscita dall'impianto di Česká Třebová (CZ), con un treno di carbone in direzione ovest.
ČD Cargo 163-256 is seen here leaving the yard at Česká Třebová, Czech Republic, whilst working a westbound coal train.
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The Cathedral of Assumption of Our Lady and Saint John the Baptist
Sedlec The Czech Republic
Czech Republic - My Father´s Birth House in Mláka (near Town Třeboň)
Captain Ivo "Karda" Kardoš flying a Czech Air Force SAAB JAS-39C Gripen on the departures day after the 2019 RAF Cosford Airshow.
It was my first proper air to air photoshoot and unfortunately we didn't have the weather on our side for most of the weekend. However, it all came together on Monday.
I can't put in to words the feeling you get peering out of the side of an aircraft at 3000' and seeing a jet appear right next to you.
More images to come soon.
The Czech National Cemetery is located two miles south of Hazen, Arkansas, just off Highway 63 South. It was established 10 November 1895. The urgent need for a suitable burial place for Czech Nationals who immigrated to this area came to the attention of the Czech community when one of their number, J.J. Hondl, was killed by lightning while working in the hay field on the adjacent farm, 27 July 1894.
A square plot of two acres of land was donated by Mrs. John Kocourek, a prominent local Czech National, and local real estate dealer. Mr. Hondl was the first person buried there.
On 10 November 1895, the Czech National Cemetery Association was organized. A president, vice-president, secretary, treasurer, and a board of directors were elected.
Czech Air Force's 211 Sqn brought their Tiger Tailed Saab JAS039C Gripen to Florennes for the BAF Open Day 2016