Basic descriptionThe village of Pavlov lies on the eastern slope of the Pálava Hills below its highest peak, Děvín (550 m). It is known for its wine, historic landmarks, and archeology. As early as the 15th century Pavlov was the foremost winemaking village in the Mikulov estate. The village's wine cellars with their rustic Baroque gables are evidence of the wealth Pavlov then enjoyed. If you visit the local wine shop recently opened in the town hall building, you will see that the local tradition of viticulture is very much alive to this day. Also of interest are the historic farmers' houses on the town square, the church of St. Barbora, and the Baroque cemetery. Looming over the village is the town's most recognizable landmark, the ruins of castle Děvičky. Pavlov also has a very important place in the archeology textbooks as the site of a late Stone Age village inhabited by mammoth hunters, whose culture is called Pavlovian. In recent years Pavlov has also become known for its valuable nature reserves, as it lies within the Pálava Protected Landscape Area, on the banks of the third Novomlýnský Reservoir. The marina below the village has made Pavlov a term of reference among yachters all over the Czech Republic.
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