Small-Area Reserves
 

The following are small-area reserves according to act no.114/1992 of the Code concerning protection of nature and land:

National Park (NPR) = a smaller area of exceptional natural value consisting of natural relief with typical geological composition and ecosystems which are important and unique on a national and international level.

The region has 3 NPRs - Čertova Stěna and Luč, the Vyšenské hills and Žofinský forest.

Park (PR) = a smaller area with concentrations of natural values including ecosystems typical of the relevant geographical area.

The region has 14 parks. Most of them are located in the CHKO Blansky woods or Šumava.

National Monument (NPP) = a small-area natural system, especially a geological or geomorphologic system, a locality rich in minerals or rare and endangered species in parts of ecosystems with national or international, scientific or esthetical values, including those which were co-created by human activity.

Only a part of the Blanice NPPD protected area fringes into this region.

Monument (PP) = a small-area natural system, especially a geological or geomorphologic system, a locality rich in minerals or rare and endangered species in parts of ecosystems with regional, scientific or esthetical values, including those which were co-created by people's activities.

The Český Krumlov region has 30 monuments.

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Further information :
Description of Natural Conditions in the Český Krumlov Region
Proposed small-area nature reserves in the Český Krumlov Region
Historical trees in the Český Krumlov Region

 



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