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Most is a fascinating scenic district of Usti nad Labem Region in Czech Republic. Placed on the southwestern corner of Czech highlands and Zatech Plateau Most district of Usti nad Labem Region, Most is enveloped with the ranges of Krusne Mountains.

Most was recognized as a royal town of the Czech Republic in the year 1248. The historic past of most district states that the place was present in the early periods of 11th and 12th centuries. Brown coal and raw material mining were the two major activities for which Most came into the forefront in its initial years of emergence. With the passage of time the other mining operations started to fade off and at present Most is a place of thriving coal mining base.

From the perspective of historical heritage, Most district presents a plethora of enchanting locales and edifices. Made in 13th century the Hnevin hill castle of Most district is surely one of those excellent manifestations of the place's grandeur that still upholds its architectural mastery. Dean's Church of the Assumption is another fabulous example of the religious architecture of Most. The dam called Benedict, Plague Column of St. Anna, Chateau Jezeri and St Archangel Michael Church are some other appeals of Most district.

There is no denying the fact that Most is an apt symbol of the immense historical majesty and contemporary talent.


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