Ryan Gruss

#23 – A Visual Tour of Bohemia

Hi everyone, times are very busy for us here at Showzee! We’ve just launched our landing pages and we’re now moving closer to our public beta.

In between working on Showzee, I’ve also had the opportunity to explore different parts of the Czech Republic. Aside from the beautiful city of Prague where I work, I recently spent a few days in Southern Bohemia.

Here are a selection of my photos to give you a visual tour of the towns and landscapes in this amazing region of the Czech Republic:

Český Krumlov Castle, a UNESCO World Heritage Site

Český Krumlov Castle, a UNESCO World Heritage Site

The Renaissance Tower of the Český Krumlov Castle

The Renaissance Tower of the Český Krumlov Castle

The Cloak Bridge

The Cloak Bridge

The Castle from behind

The Castle from behind

The rooftops of ČeskýKrumlov

The Upper & Lower parts of the Castle

The Upper & Lower parts of the Castle

A courtyard at the Castle Entrance

A courtyard at the Castle Entrance

The River Vltava flowing through the town

The River Vltava flowing through the town

The streets of Český Krumlov

The streets of Český Krumlov

The Lower Castle

The Lower Castle

Church of St. Barbara, Kutná Hora

Church of St. Barbara, Kutná Hora

The town of Kutná Hora

The town of Kutná Hora

The Italian Court

The Italian Court

The town of Tábor

The town of Tábor

Lake Lipno

Lake Lipno

Karlštejn Castle

Karlštejn Castle

The town of Karlštejn

The town of Karlštejn

Strahovský klášter

Strahovský Klášter

Thanks for taking a look at my visual tour of Bohemia!! Please let me know your impressions below!

 

 

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This entry was published on May 8, 2014 at 6:29 pm. It’s filed under Culture, Travel and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Follow any comments here with the RSS feed for this post.

3 thoughts on “#23 – A Visual Tour of Bohemia

  1. Those are some fantastic photos, I especially liked the one of the town of Karlštejn.

  2. Beautiful photos. 🙂

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