Cheb in West Bohemia has been named the Czech Republic’s Historic Town of the Year 2014. The prize, which is for exemplary care of historical landmarks, comes with a cash award of CZK 1 million. Prizes also went to Jičín in North-eastern Bohemia and the Prague 1 district.
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