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The glass museum, the microbrewery with a restaurant and the hotel with a beer spa, all you can do during one visit to the Novosad Glassworks. The glassworks was founded in the early 18th century and ranks among the oldest in the Czech Republic. Its uniqueness is the historic glass cutter, powered by transmissions and a water turbine.
The highest waterfall in the Czech Republic, with a height of 148 m, is rocky in several steps, from the edge of the Pančavská louka to the bottom of the Labský valley. It is located in the Giant Mountains National Park, about 1 km south of the Labská bouda.