The Central Bohemian Highlands (České středohoří) is an about 80 km long mountain range of volcanic origin, with distinctively sharp solitary peaks. České středohoří is a nature reserve and its highest peak is Milešovka (837 m).
Automotive industry in Czechoslovakia - Škoda 450 b.
In the background the České středohoří hills (?).
The stamp was issued in the series "Automotive industry in Czechoslovakia".
Czechoslovakia 1961, Bohemian Highlands.
Czech Republic 1995, Panská skála.
The stamp was issued in the series "Natural Beauties in Czech Republic".
In the easternmost part of České Středohoří Mountains lies the Panská skála, a basalt hill residue (597 m.) which protrudes from the plateau between Kamenický Šenov and Práchní. The whole structure, which resembles reeds of an organ, is a national natural monument.
Czech Republic 2009, Central Bohemian Highlands.
The imprinted stamps shows Hazmburk peak (418 m) with Hazmburk castle and Below the Hazmburk peak is Libochovice with ist church and Libochovice castle. From the topographic point of view the peak at the right of Hazmburk peak is Milešovka (837 m), the highest peak of České středohoří and the Košťál peak (481 m).
Outside of the stamp, the three peaks on the left side are the Solanská (637 m), Hrádek (565 m) and Lipská (688 m). Outside of the stamp, the two peaks to the right side are the Kletečná (706 m) and Lovoš (570 m).
Czech Republic 2017, Porta Bohemica.
Porta Bohemica is located 3 kilometres downstreams from Litoměřice. The river Elbe has created a landscape with deep river valley. The river banks at this 4 kilometres long section are lined with rocky hillsides.
At the horizon the summits of the volcanoes: Kletečná (706 m) to the left and Kubačka (543 m) to the right. In the foreground the village of Velké Žernoseky with its vineyards on the right side.