Good morning lovely people. It's Tuesday again and time to join the T-Party hosted by Bluebeard and Elizabeth. My entry to this famous and fun party will come later, but first I would like to share a postcard with you that I received at the end of August. It comes from the Czech Republic and was sent by Adele, who is 14 years old and likes to play basketball.
Litomyšl is a town in the Pardubice Region of the Czech Republic. It has about 10,000 inhabitants. It is former bishopric and Latin Catholic titular see. It lies 136 kilometres (85 mi) east of Prague.
This monumental Renaissance castle built in the years 1568–81. The buildings of the castle precincts are exceptional not only for their architectural refinement, but have also as the birthplace of the Czech composer Bedřich Smetana.
Statue of Bedřich Smetana in Smetana Square.
The stamp is a regular Czech stamp, but nevertheless very pretty with a dandelion (Taraxacum) on it. I like the name in Czech: 'pampeliska' for obvious reasons.
We saw the famous mountain goats (photo above. Hubby took this one with his phone).
An attempt to do a selfie. After about 8 attempts we finally got one! (No masks. We were quite alone)
We had seen some mountain goats, but here are mountain sheep!