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Informations about the region Krkonose Mts.


About the region

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Geographic information an location

enlarge picture:  * Krkonose Mountains (Giant Mts)

The Krkonose Mountains are part of the Sudetes Mountains. They are the highest mountains within Central Europe north of the Alps. It measures 35 km from east to west and 20 km from north to south with its main ridge forming part of the border between the Czech Republic and Poland
Area: 454 sq.km (Czech part), 177 sq.km (Polish part)
Altitude: from 300 to 1602 (Sneska peak) metres above sea level
Getting to Krkonose Mts.

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The panoramic map offers a quick overview of the geography of Krkonose Mountains and their foothills. Click on cities on the map to have more information displayed.

360° Panoramas from the Krkonose Mountains * Krkonose Mountains (Giant Mts)
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The region's highlights

enlarge picture:  * Krkonose Mountains (Giant Mts)
enlarge picture:  * Krkonose Mountains (Giant Mts)

The Krkonose region features the highest mountain of the Czech Republic – Snezka (1602m) and the spring of the mighty Labe/Elbe river. The treasures of this area include an extraordinary flora and fauna and the unique northern tundra on the mountain range (e. g. Upa Peat). Examples of the wide range of traditional architecture can be found in Paseky nad Jizerou and several historically and urbanistically relevant towns in the foot-hills, e.g. Vrchlabí, Trutnov, Jilemnice, Hostinné, Kowary and more.

Natural sights in the Krkonose Mountains
Sights in the Krkonose Mountains

 
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pict: Snezka - Pec pod Sněžkou

Snezka

Pec pod Sněžkou
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pict: Upska raselina (Upa raised moss) - Pec pod Sněžkou

Upska raselina (Upa raised moss)

Pec pod Sněžkou
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pict: The curious alley - Jilemnice

The curious alley

Jilemnice