Český Krumlov, a UNESCO world heritage site

IMG_6329 IMG_6316 IMG_6310 IMG_6272 IMG_6264 IMG_6229 IMG_6195 IMG_6176Český Krumlov was an easy day trip from Prague and boasts of a UNESCO protected village that appeared to attract hordes of Chinese tourists for some reason. It was interesting to wander the streets and stumble upon some of the most unique Baroque style architecture. What stayed with us most was the aerial view of the town with the Vltava river snaking through it, and the name of the town itself (Český is pronounced ‘chesky’). I’m pretty sure we’re sold on naming our future dog chesky in honour of this town 😉

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