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Wild West in Bohemia

Young tramps were picturing the countryside rugged with a canyon of the Sázava river as the Wild West, as they were imagining it while reading adventure novels by E.T.Seton and Jack London. They gave a name Zlatá řeka (Golden river) to the Sázava river, because there used to be panned gold long time ago. New railway track they named Posázavský Pacifik. On the track, 15 tunnels were dug and valley had to be bridged with three stone and five steel bridges.

You don't have to sleep under the stars, just feel with all senses the atmosphere of camps, tramps, music...

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