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Zvicina 08
Czech Republic

Chalupa na Zvičině, SměrMiletín.

Zvičina je kopec ve stejnojmenném katastrálním území obce Třebihošť v okrese Trutnov. Představuje nejvyšší vrch Zvičinsko-kocléřovského hřbetu, podřazeného celku Krkonošského podhůří. Vrchol Zvičiny leží v nadmořské výšce 671 metrů, přibližně 0,5 km východně od vsi Zvičina.

Příkřejší severovýchodní svahy jsou odvodňovány Brusnickým potokem do řeky Labe, mírnější jihozápadní svahy jsou odvodňovány do Bystřice. Severovýchodní svahy jsou oproti jihozápadním více zalesněny, převládají porosty smrku.

Průměrná roční teplota vzduchu v období 1929–1934 byla 7,0 °C. Průměrný roční úhrn srážek v období 1910–1935 činil 613 mm.[1]

Zvičina je populárním turistickým cílem a významnou křižovatkou turistických cest ( 0409,  0426,  1865,  4245,  4247,  7287). Na vrchu stojí barokní kostel svatého Jana Nepomuckého z roku 1706, Raisova turistická chata s vyhlídkou a dva stožáry radiokomunikací. Za příznivých sněhových podmínek jsou v provozu lyžařské vleky.

Zvičina a její blízké okolí nabízí výhled do České tabule, na Krkonošské podhůří a Krkonoše.

Na Zvičině se nachází i ski areál, který má dlouholetou tradici.

http://cs.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zvi%C4%8Dina

Canon 1100D + Samyang 8mm

Copyright: Jiri Macek
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 8000x4000
Taken: 27/09/2012
Uploaded: 12/10/2012
Updated: 02/04/2015
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