Zugeordnete Einträge: Czech Republic

boundary mark Markfleckel (CZ)

CZECH REPUBLIC Boundary mark from 1692 is a landmark of boundary discords among Duchy of Bavaria and Hochstift Passau. It is located in Bayern near boundary mark Luzný.   Details

Czech Republic – Bayern IX35

CZECH REPUBLIC Boundary mark fitted in place in 18th century and is still active. Coat of arms of Bayern is on the german side while two-tailed lion is on the czech side. Letters D for Germany and C for Czech Rep. were added later.   Details

Czech Republic – Bayern IX32

CZECH REPUBLIC Boundary mark fitted in place in 18th century and is still active. Coat of arms of Bayern is on the german side while two-tailed lion is on the czech side. Letters D for Germany and C for Czech Rep. were added later.   Details

Czech Republic – Bayern IX1

CZECH REPUBLIC Boundary mark fitted in place in 18th century and is still active. Coat of arms of Bayern is on the german side while two-tailed lion is on the czech side. Letters D for Germany and C for Czech Rep. were added later.   Details

Boundary mark Luzný/Lusen – Czech Republic – Bayern X30-18-0-1

CZECH REPUBLIC Boundary mark Luzný / Lusen was fitted in place in 1772. It marks the boundary between the Kingdom of Bohemia, the Duchy of Bavaria and the „Hochstift Passau“. Coat of arms of respective territory is sculpted on each site of the boundary mark.   Details