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Litomerice is placed at the meeting point of two perennial rivers namely the Ohre and the Elbe. Once called the Garden of Bohemia Litomerice today is resplendent with an array of magnificent historic buildings,
gallery and churches. Tourists from all zones of the globe are found visiting the various locations of Litomerice round the year.

The historic existence of Litomerice speaks of its presence in the 17th century. With an outstanding view of the Gothic forts, Litomerice is a treasure house of many ecstatic edifices and locations that bear the rich imprints of the past heritage of the place. The town of Roundnice is one such place that dates back to 14th century. Housing the Baroque castle which is believed to be the largest one in the region of Central Europe, Roundnice stands tall in Litomerice district.

The cellars of Ustek town, museum, churches, renaissance complex, national and Jews cemeteries and the gallery are worth visiting in Litomerice district of Usti nad Labem Region. Also, the Terezin castle of Litomerice which was constructed in the 18th century is a must-visit place.

Budyne nad Ohri Water castle, Chateaux of Ploskovice and Libochovice, towers of Varhost, Mostna mountain and Lovos, mountain Rip, Ghetto museum and Little castle of Helfenburk are the other attractive appeals of Litomerice.

Tourists from various European countries and other corners of the globe frequent to the enthralling places of Litomerice every year.


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