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One of the historical places of the Czech Republic, Domazlice represents the rich architectural splendor and traditional heritage of the area. Situated in the area of Chodsko, Domazlice was ruled by the mighty ruler, King Premysl Otakar II from the year of 1262.

Blessed with natural scenic beauty, Domazlice has several historical places and architectural relics of the bygone golden era that adds to the glory of the region. The sprawling castle of Chokdsko bears relic of the social, cultural and administrative importance of the town of Domazlice.

An integral part of the history of the Chods who have been the local inhabitants of the area from the 11th century, the ancient town of Domazlice speaks volumes about the revolts and fierce fight with the rulers to free them from the clutches of slavery.

A unique feature of Domazlice, the leaning tower is an important landmark of the area. The indigenous local inhabitants celebrate the folk festival of the Chodsko with great enthusiasm and vigor. One can experience the rich ethnic culture of Domazlice, during such periods of special festive occasions.

Domazlice reflects the rich cultural heritage and ancestral legacy of the Czech Republic that has percolated to the modern era without being affected or altered by the rapid process of industrialization. Domazlice attracts several tourists who are thrilled with the prevalence of traditional values and culture during the modern period as well


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