Šumava mountains
Czech Forest

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Šumava mountains and Czech Forest
Šumava, Český les a Lipno
Böhmerwald
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Czech Forest
 
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Šumava Mountains are located on the southwestern border
of the Czech Republic near the border with Germany and
Austria. Czech Forest tied together to Šumava Mountains
on the northwest. The highest peak of Šumava Mountains is
the Bavarian Velký Javor (1456m.nm).

Tourist sights
Dam Lipno
Železná Ruda
Srní
Source of Vltava
Mountain Churáňov
Kvilda
Kašperské Hory
Frymburk
Modrava
Horská Kvilda
Český Krumlov
Antýgl
Filipova Huť
Mariánské Lázně, Marienbad
 
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Bathing water quality
 
Babylon    actual water quality report not available
Hracholusky    water suitable for bathing
Kdyně - Hájovna    actual water quality report not available
Nýrsko    actual water quality report not available
Sušice - swimming pool    actual water quality report not available
VN Lipno - Lipno n.V.    water suitable for bathing
 
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