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CHKO Železné hory Mountains Protected Landscape Area

(Chotěboř) The Železné hory Mountains unfold over an area of over 600 km2. In 1991, a protected landscape area by the same name was declared in the central section of the mountain range with the aim of not only protecting the current natural landscape, but also to gradually restore lost landscape value. The CHKO Železné hory Mountains Protected Landscape Area covers an area of 284 km2. The tallest peaks

CHKO Žďárské vrchy Hills Protected Landscape Area

(Žďár nad Sázavou) The Žďárské vrchy Hills is without a doubt the most naturally diverse part of the Českomoravské vrchoviny Highlands with countless points of interest for tourists and numerous cultural monuments. The landscape alternates between meadows, pastures, fields, forests, and ponds, and is interlaced with an irregular network of boundary mounds, sunken lanes, small forests and groups of trees. The



Hojkovské rašeliniště Peat Bog National Natural Monument

Hojkovské rašeliniště Peat Bog (5 ha) – this national natural monument is comprised of the remainder of a peat bog and a swampy forest not far from the town of Hojkov with an elevation of 650 metres above sea level. It is an area of significance for the gravely endangered Scandinavian small re

Jankovský potok Creek National Natural Monument

(Mladé Bříště) Jankovský potok Creek national natural monument (72.5 ha) – the primary reason for the protection of this area that covers the territories of Staré Bříště, Mladé Bříště, Zachotín, and Jankov u Pelhřimova is the region's sole occurrence of the critically endangered freshwater pearl mus

Štamberk and the Stone Sea National Natural Monument

(Lhotka) Štamberk a kamenné moře (14 ha) – in the area surrounding the ruins of the Štamberk Castle near Lhotka and Řásná lies what is left of a natural beech forest with a characteristic stone boulder bed where the boulder scree gradually transforms a stone sea that was created by the weathering an

Švařec National Natural Monument

(Koroužné) Švařec (8.8 ha) – this protected area of orchidaceous plants roughly two kilometres from Štěpánov in the cadastral territory of the towns of Koroužné and Švařec is characterised by its very high degree of species diversity. The steep southern slopes with their rich geological structure fe

Ransko National Natural Reserve

(Krucemburk) The expansive forest complex of the Ransko masiv Formation (695 ha) is located roughly one kilometre from Ždírec nad Doubravou. Ranský Babylon features bare rock segments where one can often find the remnants of serpentinite forests and a subspecies of the field scabious that is endemic to Rans

Radotínské rašeliniště Peat Bog National Nature Reserve

(Radostín) On the flat watershed at the branching of the Sázava and Doubrava rivers, roughly a kilometre from the town of Radostín emerged a peat bog with an area of approximately 35 hectares and a depth of peat layers of up to 3.26 m. The area is a part of Březina, the second largest peat deposit, with an

Radotínské rašeliniště Peat Bog National Nature Reserve

(Radostín) On the flat watershed at the branching of the Sázava and Doubrava rivers, roughly a kilometre from the town of Radostín emerged a peat bog with an area of approximately 35 hectares and a depth of peat layers of up to 3.26 m. The area is a part of Březina, the second largest peat deposit, with an

Žákova hora Mountain National Natural Reserve

(Cikháj) The unusually preserved complex of temperate deciduous forest in the higher elevations of the Žďárské vrchy Hills are a biotope for a range of flora and fauna that have already disappeared from surrounding areas. It is situated approximately 1.5 kilometres from the town of Cikháj, covering a ar

Zhejral National Nature Reserve

(Klatovec) The Zhejral National Nature Reserve unfolds across an area of 27 hectares. Zhejral Pond, the peat bogs, and peat meadows about a kilometre from the town of Klatovec make up an extensive complex with rare flora and fauna. The areas surrounding the pond are dominated by simplestem bur-reed and water h

Mohelenská Serpentinite Steppe National Natural Reserve

(Mohelno) With an area of area of 57 ha, the Mohlenická Serpentinite Steppe National Nature Reserve is a one-of-a-kind territory with international value. The uniqueness of the territory lies not only its the inimitable topography, but primarily in its geological foundation of serpentinite. The Jihlava River

Velký Špičák National Nature Reserve

(Třešť) The Velký Špičák National Nature Reserve unfolds across a rocky peak, its adjoining slopes, and ridges stretching to Velké Javoří (679 m) roughly three kilometres from the city of Třešť, covering a total of 46 hectares. Forest growth is dominated by beech, fir, and spruce, with sycamore an

Dářko National Natural Reserve

(Radostín) The 65-hectare territory that unfolds not far from the town of Radostín features the largest peat bog of the Českomoravská vrchovina Highlands. Rising above the ground covering of sphagnum and moss are the white tufts of hare's-tail cottongrass. The undergrowth features abundantly-growing Europea



 
 
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