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Nebák is one of the Trosky ponds. It is cut into the valley formed by medium-grained, generally poorly litifikovanými massive quartz sandstone of the Teplice Formation in the overburden are uncovered calcareous sandstone, in debris and soil skeleton and argillaceous limestone březenského Formation. Outcrops of sandstone surrounded by virtually the entire circumference of the pond.

This area has been used by humans at least since ancient times, as evidenced by the archaeological excavations at the fort and tvrzišti southwest Nebákovského mill and Nebákovském castle, desolate in the 16th century. There were discovered fragments of pottery, which is now on display at the museum in Sobotka. Also found were fragments of carving trays with tape under the throat, which are common during the Urnfield people. This shows that the fort was in place for an older population.

To this day preserved mill, called Vlkův, according to the owner from 1935. The oldest of podtroseckých mill was built in the mid-15th century, as evidenced by the research pond bank where you found the outlet from the same period. Today's appearance comes from the 18th century. Construction of the mill adheres to the rock wall. Here you can see how our ancestors were able to take advantage of nature and sensitively incorporate it into their buildings.

GPS position

N 50° 30.164', E 15° 12.203'



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Jiří Vlasák