Got this postcard from the Czech Republic! Here you see the town of Chotěboř, located in Vysočina Region (right in the middle of the country). Regions in the Czech Republic are akin to provinces elsewhere – they are the administrative units of the country. This is a pretty small town, and the smaller the town, the greater the need for APFY research. Challenge accepted! Chotěboř was a royal town from the 1200s to the 1400s, thereafter being owned by noblemen (which is a step below royalty). Nowadays it’s considered to be an industrial town, particularly with wood-processing and engineering. On the bottom-center panel is Chateau Chotěboř, where there is an estate (Castle Chotěboř) that belonged to William Leopold Count Kinsky, the count at that time period (1699-1702 was when he owned it). From my understanding, this is now where Muzeum Chotěboř exists – which I need to visit to enhance my post! I always have to admire these smaller towns because even though they make me go full explorer mode on Google, they are remarkably authentic reflections of the less touristic lifestyle of a country. Thank you so much for sharing this lovely card with me!