Outdoor trip to Žamberk and surroundings

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Outdoor trip to Žamberk and surroundings
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Erasmus Club of Faculty of Science and IC CUNI are hosting a trip to the eastern part of Bohemia – surroundings of the Žamberk town.

Program:
 — Hiking around the surroundings of the town
 — Visiting ruins of the castle Žampach 
 — Barbeque with beer
 — Witch burning – original Czech pagan tradition
 — Outdoor activities – archery, bb gun and airgun shooting, ball games
For mostly small additional fee: horse riding, high ropes centrum with zip-lining, canoeing on the Pastviny dam, riding a scooter on a ski slope (these activities will be organized just if there is enough interest. We will try to negotiate the best possible price for these additional activities.)

Price: 1000 CZK (deposit 300 CZK) Deposit is not refundable, but it is possible to find a substitute in case you couldn’t go. The price includes: transport, accommodation, barbecue and one lunch.

PLACES ARE LIMITED, so whoever comes first (and pays), will go! Pay in our office — Voršilská 1 — on Tuesdays 4-6 PM or Thrusdays 5-7 PM.

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One of the best in the world, its Zampach Castle, As part of the process of cataloguing medieval and early modern militaria contained in Czech and Moravian collections, the author processed several items from the museums in Vysoké Mýto and Choceň, Eastern Bohemia. This study focuses on longswords, one of which allegedly was found on the site of Žampach Castle. The others hail from various locations — unfortunately no longer known — within the city limits of Choceň (Pardubice region). On the blade of the Žampach sword, there are a wolf and unicorn running to the left, thanks to which we can identify it as having been manufactured in the town of Passau around the turn of the 13th and 14th centuries. A typologically identical sword from Choceň hails from the same period. The remaining two swords (types XVII, H1, 1 and XVII, H1, 1b) can be dated to the second half of the 14th century and the first half of the 15th century. https://www.floorpros.com.au/newcastle.html

Just got this information in a site, Czech Railways (ČD) operates a train from Praha Hlavni Nadrazi to Zamberk once daily. Tickets cost ₱470 — ₱800 and the journey takes 3h 9m. Alternatively, Arriva Vychodnicechy operates a bus from Praha — Cerný Most to Žamberk 4 times a day. Tickets cost ₱310 — ₱410 and the journey takes 2h 42m. source: https://www.floorpros.com.au/

Posted on: Thu, 04/13/2017 - 19:22 By: Anezka