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South Bohemian Region

Cesky Krumlov Castle

Category: Castle

Cesky Krumlov Castle shines in its architecture and cultural tradition, as well as architectural details and interior installation from 14th to 19th century.

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Dacice Chateau

Category: Castle

In the 16th century, Dacice Chateau was the center of a large manor of the Kraiger of Krajek, an aristocratic family from Carinthia.

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KAPLICE CMUNDA POTATO PANCAKE

Category: Recipe

Potato pancakes are traditional to Slavic and Germanic countries. They are delicious, and people recommend eating them with lager or pilsner-style cold beer. A recipe for potato pancakes that is very popular throughout the Czech Republic comes from the town of Kaplice. This town is located in the South Bohemian region. It was founded in […]

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PETER VOK STYLE FRIED FISH

Category: Recipe

This dish originates in South Bohemia, which is renowned for its extensive network of ponds and abundance of fish, mainly carp. The dish itself was named in homage to Peter Vok of Rosenberg, a popular local lord from the 16th-17th centuries, who is remembered as an exemplary cavalier and generous benefactor. As such, it is […]

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SOUTH BOHEMIAN POTATO CASSEROLE

Category: Recipe

The South Bohemian Region is defined by eight districts – Ceske Budejovice, Cesky Krumlov, Jindrichuv Hradec, Pelhrimov, Pisek, Prachatice, Strakonice, and Tabor. The seat of the Region is the Statutory City of Ceske Budejovice. The South Bohemia is known for its many ponds and picturesque villages. Sumava National Park is the largest protected natural area […]

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PRE-LENT FILLED DOUGHNUTS

Category: Recipe

In the name of the traditional Czech feast “Masopust” is the word “pust,” which means “Lent time.” But in reality, people celebrate the feast as a carnival with crazy masks and lots of food and drink. One of the celebratory dishes is PRE-LENT FILLED DOUGHNUTS. These doughnuts are mostly known in South Bohemia. For more […]

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