No, This Is Not Skyrim, This Is Czech Prachov Rocks In Bohemian Paradise – Design You Trust

No, This Is Not Skyrim, This Is Czech Prachov Rocks In Bohemian Paradise

Prachov Rocks are not very large, but full of beautiful views on the shire, full of ravines, chines, lonely sandstone towers, pins, gullets and many other shapes of rocks which you can imagine. Mainly it is a great place for climbers and tourists. There is also a pond.

Prachov Rocks are a national natural reservation and they have been protected since 1933. No doubt this magnificent landscape will look familiar to many gamers that played The Elder Scrolls Skyrim! Now we need to stress that this location was in fact used to film many local production fairy-tale movies, however after this it might even serve as a platform for something more popular like Skyrim movie if they ever make one!

More: Flickr h/t: slavforum

This, ladies and gentlemen, is the famous game: The Elder Scrolls: Skyrim:

…and this, ladies and gentlemen, is real and it’s Czech Republics Prachov Rocks:

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