Jeseník is located in the northeastern part of the Czech Republic, on the border with Poland. The village where the dwellings are located is a paradise, with flowers blooming everywhere, and the air is fresh. I envy the people who live here. Jeseník is one of the 46 best tourist destinations listed by The New York Times in 2013.
Close to the Polish border, this is a tourist destination in the Czech Republic famous for its natural scenery rather than classical architecture!
The block where Olomoc University is located, on a small hill, is of course an inseparable part of Olomoc’s Old Town. This Moravian city does not have Prague and CK as many tourists as it is. A quiet and relaxing area.
The mountains here are undulating and winding, with deep canyons eroded by glaciers, ice buckets, ice cliffs and stone seas. The spruce forests on the mountains are densely covered, covering the sky, and the forests are rich in wild animals. The waterfall in the mountains splashes and has abundant water power.
It is a border town in the Jeseník Mountains at the junction of the Czech Republic and Poland.
The place where the Czech Republic and Poland meet, is a place with European characteristics, and it is worth seeing.