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Sněžka is the highest mountain in the Czech Republic. Peak is located on the Czech-Polish border. The oldest building at the top is the chapel of St. Lawrence ( built in 1681). In the photograph we can see the Poštovna ("Post office, build 2007, architects Rajniš  and Hoffman). Stone column in the foreground is the basic trigonometric point, established in 1824.

We usually go to the top via the tourist road from Pec pod Sněžkou, over the Růžová Hora. Our three years old and 2 kilograms yorkshire terrier Betty climbed the peak for the third consecutive year.

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