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Kozel, meaning “male goat” in Czech, is the name of a hunting castle in the Classical style close to the city of Plzeň, Czech Republic. The castle was built at the end of 18th century by architect Václav Haberditz for Jan Vojtěch of Czernin.

Historic Underground of Plzen: A medieval network of vaulted subterranean tunnels, wells & storehouses, accessible by guided tour. Address: Veleslavínova 58/6, 301 00 Plzeň 3, Czechia. Phone: +420 724 618 357

The Brewery Museum is housed in an original brewing house from the 15th century. The legend of beer and beer history dating back to the Middle Ages can be experienced including a malt house, malt kiln, brewery lab equipment and a collection of Czech beer bottles.

The Cathedral of St. Bartholomew is a Gothic church located on the Main Square in Plzeň, Czech Republic. It was probably established together with the city around the year 1295. The church became a cathedral in 1993, when the Pilsner diocese was created.

The Museum of Ghosts and Fairy Tales is located in the centre of Pilsen, on the western side of the Republic square. You will find the Museum in the underground of the Central hotel. The site used to be a guest house originating from the 16 th century…

The opening ceremony for the Patton Memorial Pilsen was held on May 5, 2005, on the 60th anniversary of the US Army´s liberation of Pilsen and southwestern Bohemia. This permanent exhibition is a lasting memorial to this historical event at the twilight of World War II.

Radyně Castle is a castle situated on a hill of the same name, near the town of Starý Plzenec, in the Plzeň Region of the Czech Republic.

The Great Synagogue in Plzeň, Czech Republic is the second largest synagogue in Europe. Jews have been living in Pilsen region since the 14th century. During the centuries there have been five Synagogues in Pilsen, only two of which have been preserved and exist today.