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softsediments or deposits. This can be explained by relatively well compacted and rather stiff deposits and complex geometry of sedimentary bodies. However, at several individual locations it was possible to correlate the shape and amplitude of the HVSR curve with the known geological structure and prominent site effects were established in different places. On the other hand, in given conditions (very limited free space and high level of noise) it would be difficult to perform active seismic refraction or MASW measurements to investigate the S-waves velocity profiles and thickness of sediments in details, which would be representative enough for microzonation purposes. The importance of microtremor method is therefore even greater, because it enables direct estimation of the resonance frequency without knowing the internal structure and physical properties of the shallow subsurface. The results of this study can be used directly in analyses of possible occurrence of soil-structure resonance of individual buildings, including important cultural heritage mining and other structures protected by UNESCO. Second application of the derived free-field iso-frequency map is to support soil classification according to the recent trends in building codes.