Fishpond Network in the Trebon Basin
Fishpond Network in the Trebon Basin is part of the Tentative list of Czechia in order to qualify for inclusion in the World Heritage List.
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- ●● Tentative
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Stanislaw Warwas Poland 27.03.17
Visited March 2017.
I can admit that I see a big potential in this site. The fishponds around Třeboň are ones of the oldest in Europe, and some of them are really huge and still in use. The first fishpond was created in 14th century but the big transformation of the area started one century later when Peter IV of Rožmberk invited German fishermen. In the city itself and around there are lots of boards with information about this area (also in English and German). You can rent a bicycle and spent a day cycling around the ponds. The tourist information center distributes some useful maps and can arrange a guided tour of the chateau.
Třeboň is just a half an hour by bus from České Budějovice; in the morning you can visit WHS Holašovice, come back to České Budějovice and then take another bus and spend an afternoon in Třeboň. Český Krumlov is another WHS very close to fishponds but there’s not direct public transportation between both sites – you have to change again in CB.
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- 2005 - Deferred Revised nominated needed including more sites beyond Trebon Fishpond Heritage
- 2001 - Submitted