Wikipedia: "Sněžka (Czech), Śnieżka (Polish), or Schneekoppe (German) is the highest peak in the Krkonoše (also known as Karkonosze (Polish) or Riesengebirge (German; literally Giant Mountains), a part of the Sudetes mountain range. It rises to 1,602 metres (5,260 ft) above sea level. Since 1945, it lies on the Czech-Polish border, and a border stone is placed on the very top of the mountain. Sněžka is the highest point in the Czech Republic. [...] On the Polish side a disc-shaped observatory and restaurant was built in 1974, a weather station and the St. Lawrence chapel. On the Czech side are the remains of the Bohemian hut, a post office, and a chairlift station, connecting the peak with the town of Pec pod Sněžkou at the base of the mountain".