Pardubice is the capital city of the Pardubice Region and lies on the river Elbe, 105 km east of Prague. It lies in a plain at the confluence of the Elbe and the Crudimka rivers. The district town of Pardubice is the natural provincial capital of Southeast Bohemia. Its role as the economic, administrative, cultural, and social center of the region was gradually established over time. Find property for sale in Pardubice.
Many people think Pardubice is the town of industry. When they come there, they are surprised. Pardubice is mainly the town of sport, culture and history. The settlement of Pardubice can be traced back to the 12th century. The largest expansion of the city began in 1845 because of the beginning of the railway traffic through Pardubice to Olomouc and Prague. It was also the start of great industrialization. The food processing, machinery, and chemical industries began to develop at that time. Get your own property in Pardubice.
The most important of Pardubice's sights is the unique building that represents a blend between the castle and the chateau and that possesses very valuable Renaissance wall paintings and preserved paneled ceilings. The historic square and adjacent streets, built at the beginning of the sixteenth century, prove Pardubice's former status as a noble residential town. Most of the buildings were reconstructed in the Baroque and Classical styles. Buy your real-estate (flat, apartment, house, luxury villa, land or business/commercial property) in Pardubice.
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