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Oldtimer Bohemia Rally – Czech Hero Ride 2014

Jun 5, 2014Jun 7, 2014

The fifth annual meeting of vintage cars will showcase the technical skills of our ancestors.

The Oldtimer Bohemia Rally is a social event with an accompanying cultural program. It is marked by competitive rivalry, but every year the workmanship of the owners of vintage vehicles is rewarded. The event is organized by the Historic Vehicle Club of Mladá Boleslav and the approximately 300 km long track is divided into three days. The starting and destination points of the individual stages vary every year, so the track is always different and doesn’t fail to bring new surprises and challenges.

Address

Mladá Boleslav

GPS: 50.423918725076916, 14.91943359375

http://khv-mb.webnode.cz

Jul 18, 2015Jul 19, 2015

Garden Party at Mnichovo Hradiště Chateau

Mnichovo Hradiště

Contemporary garden party in honor of Albrecht von Wallenstein and Václav Budovec z Budova.
Contemporary garden party in honor of Albrecht von Wallenstein and Václav Budovec z Budova.
Jun 19, 2015Jun 20, 2015

Forestry day in Ralsko

Ralsko

Forestry day in Ralsko is a traditional event organized by the Military Forests and Farms of the Czech Republic for the public on the premises of the glassworks in Mimoň.
Forestry day in Ralsko is a traditional event organized by the Military Forests and Farms of the Czech Repu...
Aug 22, 2015

Scottish Games at Sychrov 2013

Sychrov

The Scots will again dominate the romantic château of Sychrov!
The Scots will again dominate the romantic château of Sychrov!
 

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