Brandýs n. L.-Stará Boleslav

Twin-city Brandys nad Labem-Stara Boleslav is the city with the longest name in the Czech Republic and was created by merging two formerly separate cities. The dominant Brandys nad Labem is a Renaissance castle, famous Emperor Rudolf II. Stara Boleslav is then primarily known as the site of the tragic death of a leading Czech saint, Vol. Wenceslas, St Wenceslas venue of the annual pilgrimage. The town is dominated by the church of St. Wenceslas and the Virgin Mary.

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