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A UNESCO World Heritage Site, Český Krumlov is famous for its old town, with 300 protected medieval buildings and its castle complex, the second largest in the Czech Republic. Surrounded by rolling hills and the Vltava River, Ceský Krumlov's cobblestone streets wind past centuries old townhomes, inns, shops, and cafes. Records of the first Jews living in Český Krumlov date back to the 14th century. But it was not until the early 20th century that its community flourished, ending with the start of the war. We take time to visit the newly renovated synagogue built in Neo-Romanesque style in 1909 and used as a field shul by Jewish soldiers who liberated this town in May of 1945.
Possible stopover from Krumlov:
Budweis: This town is the regional capital of Southern Bohemia and home to the world renown Budweiser Beer. The heritage-protected old town has a large baroque square adjacent gothic streets, with ample opportunity for souvenir shopping or the Budweiser Brewery Tour.
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