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Mladoboleslavský hrad
Mlada Boleslav - Stare mesto

Hrad Mladá Boleslav

Na ostrohu nad soutokem řek Klenice a Jizery vzniklo již v druhé polovině 10. století mohutné hradiště, založené některým Boleslavem z rodu Přemyslovců. Kvůli odlišení od staroboleslavského hradiště bylo zváno Novým Boleslavem, jinak latinsky "de Nuovo Bolezlau". Na nejlépe chráněném místě později vznikl raně středověký hrad.

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