The second highest peak of the Jeseníky Mountains
Vysoká hole (1,464 m above sea level) is the second highest mountain in the Hrubý Jeseník. The peak itself, but not at all significant. It basically consists of a large plateau. Of interest is the boundary stone from 1681, on which the coats of arms of Moravia and Bohemian Silesia are still clearly visible. Opposite, you can see the much more dominant Praděd.
Giga List: The most beautiful places in Hrubý Jeseník
The Jeseníky Mountains are the highest mountains in Moravia and the second highest in the entire Czech Republic. You will find a… continue reading
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