Take A Weekend To Wine, Dine, And Explore The Bohemian Alps Of Nebraska

Tucked into the rolling hills of eastern Nebraska is an area affectionately known as the Bohemian Alps. The region got its nickname from early settlers who came from the Czech lands and thought that these hills resembled the ones back home. Today, Nebraska is the state with the highest percentage of residents of Czech ancestry in the country: 5.5 percent. Several towns in the Bohemian Alps are in the top 10 communities with the highest percentage of people claiming Czech ancestry: Oak Creek (38.2 percent), Wilber (27.3 percent), and David City (28 percent). To say that the Bohemian Alps region is still influenced by those previous generations would be a big understatement.

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