Vltava and Dead Bog
The Vltava River is the longest river in the Czech Republic with a length of 430.3 km, the Dead Bog is a peat bog
Vltava sources in Šumava, flows through Český Krumlov, České Budějovice and Prague. The Teplá (warm) Vltava river, which is considered to be the main spring branch, springs on the eastern slope of Černá hora (1 315 m above sea level) in Šumava at an altitude of 1,172 m as Černý potok.
Dead Bod is a valley peat bog in Šumava, located at the confluence of Teplá (warm) and Studená (cold) Vltava with amazing nature.