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National Park Czech Switzerland is one of four national parks of the Czech Republic. Located in the district of Decin and between the villages of Hrensko Chribska and occupies an area on the border with Germany, which separates it from the National Park Saxon Switzerland. Geologically belong to Děčín Highlands. The main object of protection are unique rock town and tied them to the animals and plants. The area is known for its rock formations - towers, gates, walls that rise above continuous forests. Notable are also Křinice Kamenice and gorges.
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