Litomerice, Czechoslovakia
Litoměřice is a town at the junction of the rivers Elbe and Ohře in the north part of the Czech Republic, approximately 64 km (39,7 mi) northwest of Prague. The town is known for its Gothic, Renanissance and Baroque buildings, many of which are listed as cultural monuments.

There are several main sights visible when approaching Litoměřice. St. Stephen's cathedral at the Dome Square (Dómské náměstí) was built in 1664. Right next to the dome is a Bishop Residency built in 1683-1701 by Giulio Broggio. On the main square there is All-Saints Church and within distance there is an Annunciation (Lady Day) Church, another masterpiece built by the son of Giulio Broggio, Octavio. The old town hall (now city museum) and Black Eagle House (Dům u černého orla) on the main square are also worth a look.

Things to See & Do

* Main Square
* Fortifications & Parklands
* Art Gallery
* Churches
* City Museum

General Information

Cruise Season – March - Dec
Currency – Czech koruna (CZK)
Population – 25,550 approx
Land Area – 17.99 km²
Language – Czech
Electricity – 2 vertical square pins and one perpendicular below British style
Time – GMT plus one hour
International Country Telephone Code - +420

Port Location – The port at Litomerice is located on the River Elbe.