Places where a common man cannot set foot
Our republic has an area of 78,866 square kilometres. Approximately 2% of its surface are taken by waters, thus leaving about 77,289 km² for land. However, have you ever thought about which part of this area a common man can set foot in? Come with us to take a look at the depths of mines and mountain tops. At places in the middle of nowhere, where a ‘sleep tight’ wish comes from lone wolves, tanks or giant excavators. Take a look at forbidden, protected and destroyed Czechia and learn more at www.ceskovdatech.cz.