The Southeast continued... A visit to the town of Sobotka and one of the Empire's most impressive castles.
The town of Sobotka. Founded in 1243, it still contains many ancient buildings and the entire lenght of its city wall. This latter makes it very interesting to tourists.
A small suburb of Sobotka. Across the stream the Old Bridge.
A view of the Main Square and the principal church of the town.
The village of Kost. To the top left the castle of Kost, one of the best preserved medieval castles in the Empire. Also the large parking area of the castle is visible.
The castle again.
Another view of Kublovice and its castle (also see part 1).
Finally, an overview of the southeastern (rural) part of Petrohrad. On top the castle of Kost. In the center the village of Kublovice. To the left the village of Bousov and to the right a small part of Sobotka is still visible.