Telč. Part Two.

How are you, dear friends? Have you rested for a week? Are you ready to continue our journey through the fabulous Telč?

— I cannot hear!

— Louder!

— Well, if you are ready, let’s make few gulps of Borjomi to refresh your memory and move on.

— Where did we stop?


Ah yes, we stopped at discussing the fact that it is inappropriate to compare the Czech’s Telč with Venice or Switzerland, because such comparison might not be in favour of the latter. For example, have you ever been to Venice? Especially in summer. This inexpressible smell of blooming water and sewage, which flow down directly from the walls of houses into the channels, sometimes from the level of the second floor … heh … it is hard to forget such Venice. Sometimes it is even impossible.

So, Telč doesn’t have such disadvantages.

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As I’ve written before, there are a lot of historic places in the Czech Republic. All around are extraordinary architecture, monuments, places, where important events happened. But there is city champion in the category of «fantastic place” in the Czech Republic. It is the official city museum – Telč.

So, my dear friends, arm yourself with patience and a bottle of Borjomi, because we will go in a long and fascinating journey through the city.

At first glance it seems that Telč was built in order to amuse tourists, because its architecture is stylistically well-thought. In fact, Telč is put on the list by UNESCO in 1992 as a World Cultural Heritage and this city is not fabulous scenery, but a rich historical place.

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