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Adrspach Rock Town
Czech Republic

Adršpach rock town is the smaller part of area Teplicko-adršpašské skály (Teplice-Adršpach rock area). They are created by sandstone. The sandstone table was destroyed to many interesting rock formations by water, wind and frost. There grow also about 238 original plants. The rock town is one of the most important climbing areas in the Czech Republik. You can walk through the rock town on the nature trail with many interesting informations. The beauty of Adršpach rock town found also the writer Johann Wolfgang Goethe in the year 1770.

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上传: 04/10/2012
更新: 16/10/2012
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