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Location type: sightMuseum Of Historical Toilets And Chamber PotsCzechia

A collection of historical chamber pots and toilets there is a wide array of forms, all for one bodily function. The unusual collection features more than 2,000 pots, seats, thrones, loos, lavs - and just about anything else you can think of out of the water closet.

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Location type: sightFort StachelbergTrutnov, Czechia

A fortress designed to prevent a Nazi invasion but was never used. Most of the interesting sites are in the core area of the fortress, a hilltop area open to the public.

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Location type: sightTheresienstadt concentration campTerezín, Czechia

Created as a "model concentration camp" to hide Nazi atrocities from the international community. The Theresienstadt “camp-ghetto” existed for a little over three years, from November 1941 to May 1945.

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Location type: sightKostel blahoslavené Marie RestitutyCzechia

Modern church devoted to a nun who loved God and beer. Helena Kafka in 1894, was a nun and a nurse from Brno, Czechia. Known for her devotion to God and her love of beer, she was beheaded in 1943 by the Nazis who controlled what was then Czechoslovakia.

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Location: Storks nest
Location type: sightStorks nestOlbramovice, Czechia

An old farmstead, since 1926, storks migrating from Africa had come back to the farm to nest in it’s chiminey. Inspired by the dedication of the birds and the unassuming simplicity of their nest designs, the architects built a riding arena resembling a giant bird’s nest.

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Location: Christmas house
Location type: sightChristmas houseKarlovy Vary, Czechia

A home for a surprisingly large collection of teddy bears and Christmas decorations. An exceptionally magical place during the winter, but even during the summer months.

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Location type: sightThe State Chateau of HlubokáHluboká nad Vltavou, Czechia

Heralded as one of the prettiest castles in all of Czechia. The castle was initially constructed during the 13th-century to serve the Bohemian royal family. It was reconstructed several times and reached its current state during the 19th-century.

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Location type: sightPedagogical museum of J. A. Comenius in PragueCzechia

Dedicated to the "father of modern education", Johan Amos Comenius, this museum documents the history of education in Czechia. One of the oldest museums in Czechia, founded in 1892.

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Location type: sightMuzeum BetlémůKarlštejn, Czechia

Devoted to classical depictions of Jesus’ birth, including Czechia’s largest mechanical nativity scene. The museum houses dozens of nativity scenes, a craftwork that goes back far into Czech history.

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Location type: sightChurch of the Assumption of the Virgin MaryMost, Czechia

This Gothic church was wheeled in its entirety to a new location a half a mile away. The people of the Czech town of Most believed faith could move the entirety of the Gothic church.

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Location type: sightStatue of W. A. MozartCzechia

This statue depicts a young boy's body with an adult Mozart's head and a single wing. His nakedness is meant to symbolize freedom.

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Location type: sightAndělská Hora - castle ruinsAndělská Hora, Czechia

Andělská Hora served to protect the family’s local estates. It stood for more than 200 years before it was conquered and plundered by Swedish forces in 1635, during the Thirty Year War.

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