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Czechia (49.81670 15.47495)
Within the Czech Republic, temperatures vary greatly, depending on the elevation. In general, at higher altitudes, the temperatures decrease and precipitation increases. The wettest area in the Czech Republic is found around Bílý Potok in Jizera Mountains and the driest region is the Louny District to the northwest of Prague. Another important factor is the distribution of the mountains; therefore, the climate is quite varied.
Šumava National Park, Zona 1, Horní Světlé Hory, Strážný, okres Prachatice, Jihočeský kraj, Southwest, 1384 92, Czechia (48.95233 13.65256)
Coordinates: 48.71329 13.23108 49.19138 13.98268 - Minimum elevation: 305 m - Maximum elevation: 1,434 m - Average elevation: 622 m
CHKO Křivoklátsko, 201, Nezabudice, okres Rakovník, Středočeský kraj, Central Bohemia, 27023, Czechia (50.00263 13.83304)
Coordinates: 49.85538 13.61419 50.14980 14.07828 - Minimum elevation: 226 m - Maximum elevation: 724 m - Average elevation: 409 m