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Dolní Hluboká
A recreation village in the romantic valley of the Sádek Brook. The cottages you can see here is all that has been left of the originally much larger village which was demolished after 1950. The countess Questenberk had the St. Procope Chapel built here in 1754.
A viewing tower of an unusual shape dating from 1935 towers on the horizon on the top of the Krásenský Hill (777 m) to the west of Hluboká. The Cat's Hill (Kočičí vrch, 677 m) to the south of Hluboká also offers a view to the distance. The road leading from Dolní Hluboká to Krásno negotiates the steep rising by means of numerous curves. It used to be called "Small Semmering" in the past.