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Pardubice Region

With a total of 452 municipalities, the Pardubice Region is spread across a sprawling area of 4519 square kilometers. The region has a population of 505, 000 citizens with a maximum of 90,000 inhabitants residing
in the town of Pardubice itself. The highest point of the region rises to height of 1423 meters above sea level and is situated at Kralicky Sneznik. The lowest point lies on the western end of the Pardubice Region at 200 meters above sea level. The lowest point is at Elbe near Kojice.

The Pardubice Region follows an industrial economy and is furnished with leather, textile and clothing industry. One of the largest chemical industries of the Czech Republic is situated in this region. The industries of the region are well supported by the infrastructure that has lured foreign investors to take interest in the investing in this region.

The tourists attractions of the Pardubice Region are the medieval castles built in the early 13th century that still stand in their grandiosity in the region. Rychmburk Castle reigns in the southern part of the region while the Lichnice Castle stands near the zelezne mountains. The ancient Oheb Castle, presently in its ruinous state, stands overlooking the Sec dam. All the chateaus and the castles of the region are of important historical value.


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