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Six kilometers outside of the northern town of Rumburk, at an elevation of 581 meters, lies the four-sided watchtower atop Vlci Hora. The wooded hill on which the tower stands is formed of basalt with some magnetite, which can divert a compass needle by as much as 40 degrees. The tower affords an almost 360-degree view of Bohemian and Saxon Switzerland, the Lusatian and Ore Mountains, and the Elbe Sandstones. It is the oldest observation tower in the Sluknov spur. To get there, follow the yellow trail from Rumburk to Vlci Hora.
May to September: Daily from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm. The rest of the year it is open only on weekends and holidays 10:00 am to 5:00 pm.
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