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National Nature Monument (NNM)

is usually a smaller-scale site (covering the maximum of several hectares). The aim is to conserve usually only one natural feature, such as a geological feature (a cave, geological cross-section), mineralogical site, habitat of rare and endangered species or a feature of high aesthetic value created by man (valuable landscape design, arboreta and others). NNM is designated through a directive issued by the Ministry of the Environment.

Randezvous – thermophilous forest stands on sands and a mycological site
Pastvisko u Lednice – wetland habitat and important nesting site
Kalendář věků (Calendar of Ages) – geological and archaeological site of global importance