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Decin is a district of the Usti nad Labem Region of Czech Republic. Being enveloped by Luzice hills and Czech Middlands, the Decin district is enriched with many historical edifices and perennial rivers.
Decin is explored by thousands of tourists every year who come from different corners of the world.

Decin district of Usti nad Labem region houses some of the notable tourist landmarks that entice the travelers with their own charm and grandeur. The rocky castles which are locally called by the name of Skalni hrady, remains of Vrabinec Castles, Tolstejn, Falkenstejn, Chribsky and Saunstejn are some of the prime attractions of Decin in Czech Republic.

The Hrensko village is yet another appealing feature of Decin which is aesthetically blessed with Kamenice river gorges that can be explored with the help of ferryboats. Rocky sandstone formation in the village of Hrensko is also visited by the large number of tourists which is believed to be the largest one in entire Europe. The other touristy locales around Decin comprises of Varnsdorf and Tkalcovske towns both of which are famous for having a historical heritage.

With Renaissance Bridge and the Jewish synagogue, Decin stands with elan in the Usti nad Labem Region.


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