A hill with famous guts
The Golden Horse (475 m) is, at first glance, a rather inconspicuous hill in the middle of the Bohemian Karst, which would not have been here today if the Koněprusy Caves had not been discovered in its bowels in 1950. Yes, the miners would probably have mined it in the 1950s. It is made of high-quality Devonian limestone, which is also ideal for beauty. Today, the hill is cut off from two sides by the mining of the Čertovy schody quarry, which can be seen from its top like in the palm of its hand.
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