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Exhibition
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5/5
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TodemmyKoupaliště Frýdlant nad Ostravicí is the back garden where the nearby residents live. There are not many attractions. The main thing is to look at the lifestyle of the locals. Adults and children run and laugh together. It is a place with great life scenes!
Nearby City
4.5/5
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Museum
艾李李The Mineral Museum of the Park is all geological minerals in stone. The minerals here are very rich. The huge mining heritage is all natural minerals that have been unearthed.
Nearby City
5/5
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Golf Course
coo***anThe clusters of coconut trees in Prosper Golf Resort Celadna are impressive, with a lot of holiday atmosphere, the overall style is also great, the equipment is very new, and there is a service court specially prepared for novices to practice.
Nearby City
4.4/5
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Historical Architecture
juki235Auschwitz concentration camp is a place to visit and have to go to. Going in to see the exhibit and talking about the feeling I felt like I could not finish writing a whole piece and really down. I felt like it should be a place for everyone to visit and history to be learned. A few hours of tour, besides being shocked by the dark past, and admiring the German attitude to history, there were many German tourists in the group, and the poignancy that the guide showed on his face in introducing the crimes of the Nazis. That is the right approach to history. Our neighbor, Japan, should really learn from them.
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4.2/5
10 Reviews
fis***erI visited this church on a business trip in the spring 6 years ago. Unexpectedly, the authentic Roman Catholic Church that I entered for the first time was so magnificent. I don’t know the history of their country. The most impressive thing is that this church is just wood carving and stele inscriptions. In the history, the names of the people in charge of the church (priest or grand duke?) have several large walls. This is a sacred place, but there are always people who look down on it. I was watched by a pair of gypsy-looking sisters and brothers outside the church. Maybe I was an Asian face and soft-hearted. They kept harassing me for small money. I couldn't bear it and could only run away quickly. Later, my colleagues said that Gypsies have been like this for hundreds of years, and it is also true now. The whole of Europe cannot tolerate them and can only make a living.