Cesky Krumlov Visit

On the 25th September 2019 twenty-one, Llanwrtyd Wells Twinning Association members visited their twin town Cesky Krumlov (UNESCO World Heritage Site) for 5 days. Llanwrtyd Wells and Krumlov have been twinned for twenty-six years and their strong bond goes back to World War Two. one hundred and twenty Czech children came to Llanwrtyd Wells in 1939 as part of the Kinder Transport organised by Sir Nicolas Winton. They were educated at the Abernant Lake Hotel and stayed for the duration of the war.

Photographs of the trip taken by Katie Pigott and studio portrait by Fotoatelier Seidel.

Show Victorian re-creation studio picture.
Group portrait of Llanwrtyd twinning visitors at the Museum Fotoatelier Seidel.
Photograph showing Cesky Krumlov and Vltava River.
Bird’s Eye view of Cesky Krumlov and Vltava River.
Photograph showing cobbled streets in Cesky Krumlov.
Cobbled streets in Cesky Krumlov.
Photograph showing rooftops in Cesky Krumlov.
Rooftops in Cesky Krumlov.
Rafting down the River Vltava, Cesky Krumlov.
Photograph showing presentation of Red Kite embroidered square.
Bryn (Chairman of Llanwrtyd Twinning), Olga Kneiflova, Dalibor Carda Mayor of Cesky Krumlov and Lynda Pace-Avery Mayor of Llanwrtyd Wells receiving Red Kite embroidered square as an exchange gift
Portrait of Czech women, both were on the Kinder Transport.
Dr Ruth Havlove and Lady Milena Grenfell-Baines portrait in Cesky Krumlov.


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