Kyjov Valley

The valley of the Křinice River was once of economic importance because of timber rafting to Saxony. It has been a popular tourist destination since the 19th century, which is also apparent from the romantic modifications and names of the nearby natural formations and elements − Brethren Rocks, Lion Cave (Bear Wash), Treasury, Fairy Cave, Wine Cellar. The valley also features memorial plates dedicated to important individuals of the region: Dr. J. Hille, Chairman of the Mountaineering Association for Northernmost Bohemia of Krásná Lípa, and brothers Edward and Francis Bienert, natural scientists and historians from Šluknov.

Address: 

Česká republika
50° 54' 59.2668" N, 14° 26' 1.7412" E

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  • Nature