Bohemian Forest

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Related to Sumava: Böhmerwald

Bohemian Forest

A mountain range along the border of southeast Germany and the western Czech Republic. The region is known for its glassmaking and woodcarving.

Bohemian Forest

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(Placename) a mountain range between the SW Czech Republic and SE Germany. Highest peak: Arber, 1457 m (4780 ft). Czech name: Český Les German name: Böhmerwald
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As the authority of the Sumava National Park supports exclusively natural development and prevents any stocking of fish to lakes, there is an opportunity to study a possible spontaneous return of brown trout (and to determine the necessary threshold conditions) to Lake Laka.
Sternorrhyncha: Aphidoidea: Aphididae) and other aphids living on Betula nana in the Sumava National Park, Czech Republic.
The Location of Tourist Accommodation Facilities: A Case Study of The Sumava Mts.
The last area is located 178 km to the south of Prague in the Vysenske kopce National Nature Reserve and belongs to the Sumava Piedmont.
The core area of the Bohemian Forest (the Sumava Mountains) includes a typical relict high mountain plateau surrounded by deep valleys of brooks and rivers with rocky slopes.
Decisions by government and park authorities have come under fire from environmental organizations, which Insist Sumava National Park's primary role as a nature reserve is being undermined.
The Landler (adopted in Czech as "lendler"), a dance named after a fertile area in Lower Austria ("Landl"), became domesticated in Bohemia in all the areas inhabited by a mixed Czech-German population, including the Plzen region, the Sumava and Jizerka mountains, and the Jihlava region, where the lendler was embraced as the main component of wedding feasts.
Extreme radial growth reaction of Norway spruce along an altitudinal gradient in the Sumava Mountains.
Sumava National Park, near the Czech borders with Germany and Austria is set amid forests, lakes, rivers and alpine meadows.
The huge tree in the centre of the market is shipped all the way from the Sumava Mountains and lights up at 5pm every day.
You can't climb up a conifer, and even if you managed, it would be just as difficult to climb down again, as, again, I've mentioned in another text, concerning an altercation with a fir in the Sumava Mountains.