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Vernacular Architecture in the Czech Republic

Any mention of architecture in the Czech Republic may bring to mind the magnificent, centuries-old church towers of Prague. However, many other examples of Czech architecture exist, different from Prague's and lovely in their own right. Czech villages, each with its farms, wine cellars, bell tower, and church, are known for their diverse architectural styles, which vary throughout the country according to topography and date of origin.

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