Nature Park Jevišovka

Nature Park Jevišovka

The river Jevišovka meanders crosswise the Jevišovice territory and a homonymous nature park sprawls on both of its banks. The Nature Park Jevišovka is an area stretched on more than 14 thousand hectares, and it consists of woods, agricultural land and pasturelands.   Interesting facts from the Nature Park Jevišovka The lowest point is the bootom of the plain of the river Jevišovka at Plaveč (altitute 252 m). The hightest point is Svatý kopeček (altitute 423 m) which can be found to the South-East of the village Grešlové M…
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Jevišovice Dam

Jevišovice Dam

The Jevišovice Dam is the oldest stone dam in Moravia and at the same time it counts among the oldest stone dams in Europe. The dam is of a gravitational type and its foundations are fastened deep in the rock. The damming of the dam is located at about 350 meters  away from the town centre. The dam was constructed in 1894 – 1897 and it was designated as a Cultural Monument in 1987. The dam is suitable for swimming and cruises on punts but for fishing too. In close proximity of the dam there is a camp.
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Observation tower Anička

Observation tower Anička

On a hill in Jiřice u Moravských Budějovic you can find the observation tower Anička. The tower is 11,5 meters high and is situated in the altitute of approx. 390 meters above sea level.
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Rudlice hills

Rudlice hills

The Nature Monument the Rudlice hills is an elevated plateau with a gorgeous view of the surroundings. Thanks to local grassy vegetations with an occurence of solitary trees and accidental bunches of bushes you will be transferred to the steppe which is inhabited by protected species of animals as the common (viviparous) lizard, the wild quail or the red-backed shrike. In the grass you can also see blooms of the rare greater pasque flower, the purple mullein, or for example the bastard balm.
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