A unique technical monument – the Renaissance water mill in Slup and adorable model of our Park.
The valley is a national cultural monument for its architectural and cultural values. Granny´s Valley was named after the book “Babička” (Grandmother) by the Czech writer Božena Němcová.
Holašovice village is an exceptionally complete and well-preserved example of a traditional south – bohemian folk architecture of 19th Century. It is also on the UNESCO list.
The wooden pilgrimage chapel in heart of National park Šumava, on the top of the Stožec mountain. It was built beyond the spring of healing water allegedly having miraculous treating powers on eyesight.
Doubrava is typical half-timbered farmhouse founded in 1751. The model is great example of local architecture.
This mill, one of the few still surviving Dutch-style windmills, is situated above Kuželov on the treeless ridge of the White Carpathians. The Windmill perfectly complete the romantic scenery of the Park.
Windmill with a unique Halladay turbine on the outskirts Ruprechtov village is a very interesting technical monument. It was built as a traditional Dutch-style mill.
Wine cellars Strážnice represent typical architecture of South Moravia. Wine-growing has long tradition in the Strážnice region, and even today winemakers have a high-quality, matured grapes here.