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Bartošovice v O. h. Print E-mail
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bartosovic_iniciala This village on the border with Poland (580 m) on the right-hand bank of the Divoká (Wild) Orlice river, is a popular resort in the Eastern section of the Orlické Mountains. It is just a stone’s throw from here to Zemská brána (the Land Gate), one of the most charming spots in the Mountains, to Ledříček’s Rock and the Smugglers’ Foot Bridge. People of Bartošovice were among the first ever skiers in the Mountains. Today, the ski centre, Nella, caters for both beginners and more experienced skiers. It is an ideal place for family winter holidays. The Church of St. Mary Magdalene dating from 1673, was first a timber, later a stone, structure. Another monument is the churchyard gate of 1740. There is the church of St. John of Nepomuk on the Upper Orlice, and the Baroque Church of the Assumption of the Virgin Mary in Neratov (part of Bartošovice), currently undergoing reconstruction, is rightly a favourite place of pilgrimage. There is a border crossing (Bartošovice - Niemojów) to Poland in the village, which chose forest robber Ledříček to be its patron. It is a historically documented figure from the first half of the 19th century. This Robin Hood of the Orlické Mountains used to vex those in power far and wide. Make sure to visit Bartošovice and its surroundings. Without doubt, you will be charmed by the Divoká Orlice, which, at the Zemská brána, makes its way inland, through fascinating rapids in the stony river channel with numerous giant kettles and outcrops.bartosovice




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