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About Jihlava

Nestled on the border of Moravia and Bohemia, Jihlava is among the most important cities in the Czech Republic. It is also the country's oldest mining city, its prosperity resting on silver mining from as early as the mid 13th century. The Renaissance city is typical in its cobble paved beauty, with its urban charm giving way to the beauty of the Moravian highlands and the Jihlava river that cuts across it.

When in Jihlava, start your tour from the vast central Square, Masarykovo Namesti. The buildings here are not only beautiful, but some even date back to the medieval ages. The Town Hall is the most important landmark here. The Church of St. Ignatius of Loyola is another Gothic marvel in the town square.

A great way to enjoy the beauty of the city would be to scale any of its two watchtowers- the Gate of the Holy Mother and St. Jacob's Church- for the sweeping views that they have to offer. If you're visiting in summer, you can also book a tour of the underground mines, now out of use. Winters in Jihlava span between November and March, while the rest of the year experiences fairly pleasant weather. Rainfall occurs between the months of June and August.

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