The avenues in the Vysočina Region give the landscape a characteristic and unique scenery.
 
On our departure from Telč we passed  the exhibition on saving trees „Zachraňte stromy“, organized by Arnika.
 
Jana Vitnerova (Arnika, Jihlava) welcomes the cyclists.
 
During cycling the expert debates on tree protection continued.
 
A short break at the village square in Panenská Rozsíčka.
 
The trees were planted perhaps by baron Leopold Wenzel von Strabach who got the property in Třešť in 1844.
 
Zdeňka Němcová (on the right), the winner of one category of competition „Přes tři vrchy Vysočiny“, the route designer.
 
Higher protection is desirable for other avenues as well as for oak avenue under Špičák Hill.
 
The start was planned at 1pm at the railway station in Telč
 
The former woody plants complete the newly planted trees. Thanks to the new trees the avenue will be there for the next generations.
 
The route led us by the picturesqare slightly hilly Telč Region.
 
The cycling started in the town of Telč, which historic centre is UNESCO listed.
 
We cycled through a unique and protected oak avenue under the peak of Špičák Hill.
 
Cycling for each as well as all families.
 
Photographer Jan Vojtek at the spring in Třešť.
 
The square of Zachariáš z Hradce was the place to meet the deputies of the press and leaders of holidays action Prázdniny v Telči.
 
One of the participants was deputy of the village of Ohrobec, Bohumil Barda (on the far right).
 
The start of the tour went over a hill via Mysliboř and Radějov.
 
We cycle through the first avenue in the park of Třešť Chateau.
 
Jana Vitnerová speaks with Zdeněk Ryšavý, the councillor of environment of the Vysočina Region.
 
 
 

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