South of the towns of Liberec and Jablonec nad Nisou lies a charming piece of nature: the Bohemian Paradise with all its idyllic valleys and rolling hills. The route to the occasionally remote Topomomo-Stations brings visitors alongside minor roads straight through this region whose landscape is both culturally and naturally rich. The density of architecture from the period between the Two World Wars is surprisingly high here. The tour offers, besides the Schowanek Villa and the unusual Hussite churches in Semily and Tournov, the Town Museum in Železný Brod (built 1936) and the Tyl Theatre (built 1930) in Lomnice nad Popelkou. The former Radostín sanatorium, built in 1931, can be found in the valley of the river Malá Mohelka, itself being one of the most beautiful places in the Bohemian Paradise.