Tábor Hill

Summit with a lookout tower.
Lomnice nad Popelkou.

Prominent summit of Tábor Hill (687 m a.s.l.) is formed by a resistant rock – dolerite. This magmatic rock is dark grey to black-grey, medium- to coarse-grained, corresponding to Lower Permian basaltic andesite. It is composed of plagioclase, augite, olivine and ore minerals. The top of the hill hosts a Baroque church with way of the Cross. Besides, there is a lookout tower providing a view of a large part of the Bohemian Paradise and the Krkonoše Mts., and the hills of Bezděz, Ještěd, Zvičina etc.




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