The Teplicke Skaly rock formations are a spectacular natural wonder located in Jívka, Czechia. The rock formations, a number of caves and limestone pillars, were created by the meander of the Krivec stream over millions of years. This area is protected by a national nature Park and is said to be one of the last truly natural areas in the region. Walking trails are available to explore the area and its rocky terrain. A stream runs through the reserve, and there are a variety of plants and animals to observe. There is a visitor center located nearby which includes a viewing platform and educational materials about the area.
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