The mountain range called Karkonosze [karkɔˈnɔʂɛ] in Polish, Krkonoše Cs-Krkonose.ogg [ˈkr̩konoʃɛ] (help·info) in Czech, Riesengebirge in German and Giant Mountains in English lies on the border of the Czech Republic and Poland, between Bohemia and Silesia. It is part of the larger Sudetes range. Its highest peak is Sněžka (Polish Śnieżka, German Schneekoppe), which stands on the border between the two countries at a height of 1,602 metres (5,260 ft) above sea level, making it the highest peak in the Czech Republic and in the entire Sudetes range.
The mountains are notable for their ski resorts. They also contain the source of the Elbe River. Large areas of the mountains are preserved as national parks by both countries: the Czech Krkonoše National Park, and the Polish Karkonosze National Park.
In 1992 the Czech and Polish parts of the range were jointly designated a transboundary biosphere reserve under UNESCO's "Man and the Biosphere" program. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Karkonosze
The UFO? No, it`s the mountain hotel on Mount Śnieżka. Built in communists times. Stunning. Instead of boring socialist architects of flats of blocks, they must have hired alien ones for this hotel.