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Hrubý Jeseník

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Highest point  Praděd
Country  Czech Republic
Hrubý Jeseník httpsuploadwikimediaorgwikipediacommonsthu
Mountains  Praděd, Keprník, Vysoká hole, Malý Děd, Dlouhé stráně
Similar  Praděd, Červenohorské sedlo, Dlouhé stráně Hydro Po, Golden Mountains, Králický Sněžník

Hrub jesen k 25 28 v 2012


Hrubý Jeseník (German: Altvatergebirge or Hohes Gesenke, Polish: Jesionik Wysoki, English: High Ash Mountains) is a mountain range of Eastern Sudetes in northern Moravia and Czech Silesia. It is the second highest mountain range in the Czech Republic.

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Its best known natural sights include:

  • Praděd, its highest mountain
  • Powerful pumped storage plant Dlouhé stráně
  • Natural reserve Rejvíz, with moss lakes
  • The town of Jeseník – Priessnitz spa (from a strictly geomorphic point of view Jeseník lies in a valley that is an extension of Opawskie Mountains ("Zlatohorská vrchovina"), but being partially surrounded by Hrubý Jeseník, the town is commonly associated with it)
  • Devil Stones ("Čertovy kameny"), Peter's Stones ("Petrovy kameny")
  • Hrub jesen k prad d


    References

    Hrubý Jeseník Wikipedia


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