Photographer's Note

This is a view above the famous stag statue on the forest hill of Karlovy Vary, called the Stag's Jump which is one of the most recognisable sites of Karlovy Vary. Legend says that the Bohemian king and German and Holy Roman emperor, Charles IV found one of the more than 60 hot springs located here, while hunting a stag in 1358. He founded a city at this place which is also known as Karlsbad (after his name) and is today the most famous Bohemian spa.
At the south part of the city you can take a cable car which takes you to the top of a beautiful forest hill, from where you can admire the city as well as the all-green Bohemian landscape. At the middle of the route, there is a stop called the Stag's jump where this statue is located.
There is a rock behind the statue where you can climb and get some shots, with only a few scratches!

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Additional Photos by Efthymios Spais (Elric) Gold Star Critiquer/Silver Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 112 W: 15 N: 118] (560)
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