Vysílač Krašov is a facility for TV-broadcasting in near Bezvěrov in Carlsbad Region, in Czech Republic with 347,5 metre tall guyed mast.
The old mast, which had a triangular cross section, was anchored in 4 levels, which were situated 60 metres, 127.5 metres, 206.25 metres and 285 metres above ground. At this height there was also a cabin with rooms for measurements. On this there was in a height of 290.62 metres the antenna mast for TV broadcasting.
The new mast was built 1979 and 1981 after the old mast partially collapsed in 1979, because of strong freezing temperatures and damage received on 25 August 1968 during the 1968 Warsaw Pact intervention. The mast is the second tallest structure in the Czech Republic.
Address 33041, Czech Republic
Coordinates 49°59'44.025" N 13°4'45.686" E