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Article American Veterans Museum

The largest museum of American veterans in the Czech Republic

Martin Gregor
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American Veterans Museum
Inserted: 05.01.2023
Author: Martin Gregor © gigaplaces.com
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Nová Bystřice in South Bohemia can enjoy the largest museum of American veterans. This unique museum was created from an old textile factory, which offers over 50 cars and is really something to look at. From the beginning of the 20th century through vintage sports cars, vans to rare limousines. Furthermore, the visitor can read the stories about how the cars got to the Czech Republic. Maybe even an Indian teepee. The only thing the visitor is deprived of is the sound and octane stench from these beauties.

Grandpa's

There is also room for the first cars of their homes. Can the visitor admire the simplicity and beauty. Kerosene lamps, turn signals instead of blinkers, straps as attachments.

Grandpa's
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Deliveries

Again, simplicity itself. Sometimes the vans look comical – a car made of planks.

Deliveries
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Athletes

These cars are closest to my heart. Brands like Pontiac, Corvette, Mustang can be seen here and some can even be heard. There is a sound recording of the engine.

Athletes
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Limousines

Road steamers. One would not believe that something so long and spacious was driving on the roads.

Limousines
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Jewel of the museum

This gem is considered the most original car and has won many awards. In layman's terms, it's like it rolled off the production line.

Jewel of the museum
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Taxi

A final word. I believe you will find a lot of fun here and get a lot out of it. The downside for digital nomads is that the lighting here is very poor in my opinion, making it difficult to take photos.

Taxi
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