6 Sights in Karlovy Vary, Czechia (with Map and Images)


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Explore interesting sights in Karlovy Vary, Czechia. Click on a marker on the map to view details about it. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 6 sights are available in Karlovy Vary, Czechia.

Sightseeing Tours in Karlovy Vary

1. Market Colonnade

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The Market Colonnade is a colonnade in Karlovy Vary on the left bank of the Teplá River. It is a cultural monument of the Czech Republic. The colonnade covers the Charles IV Spring, the Lower Castle Spring and the Market Spring. The building is a richly carved, open building built in the Swiss style. The Market Colonnade is enclosed on three sides by wooden walls, its façade is formed by a columned arcade. The building was built in the place where the oldest Karlovy Vary spa originally stood. According to a legend, the emperor himself treated his diseased limbs at the Charles IV spring. Originally, the springs were covered by a simple gazebo with a promenade hall.

Wikipedia: Tržní kolonáda (CS)

2. Hot Spring Colonnade

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The Hot Spring Colonnade is one of the five main colonnades in Karlovy Vary. It is located in the center of the spa area below the Church of St. Mary Magdalene on the right bank of the Teplá River. It partially forms a pedestrian bridge over this river. It covers the most famous and most popular Karlovy Vary mineral spring Vřídlo. In addition to the Hot Spring geyser, there are five drinking stands with spring water with temperatures of 72, 57 and 41 °C in the area of the colonnade. In the past, the Hot Spring was covered by many buildings, a gazebo, an Empire colonnade, a cast-iron or a temporary wooden colonnade.

Wikipedia: Vřídelní kolonáda (CS)

3. Hrušeň v Drahovicích

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The pear tree in Drahovice is a memorable tree, an ancient wild pear. At the time of its declaration as a memorial tree, it was the second largest tree of its kind in the Czech Republic. It grows in a sloping terrain under panel houses in Karlovy Vary in the Drahovice district, to the left of the pedestrian sidewalk, which is connected to the local road leading along the gardening colony. The circumference of the furrowed trunk measures 366 cm, the crown of the tree, after a health cut in 2009, reaches a height of 9 m.

Wikipedia: Hrušeň v Drahovicích (CS)

4. Imperial Spa

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Imperial Spa, today also called Spa I, is a neo-renaissance representative spa building, located on Mariánské Lázně Street No. 306/2 on the southern edge of Karlovy Vary. At the time of its greatest glory, the Imperial Spa was the centre of spa care in the town. Since 2010, the building has been protected as a national cultural monument.

Wikipedia: Císařské lázně (Karlovy Vary) (CS)

5. Jelení skok

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Jelení skok

The statue of the chamois, called the Deer Jump, stands on a rock cliff in the spa forests and inherently belongs to Karlovy Vary. It was created in 1851 in the studio of the Berlin sculptor August Kiss. This zinc statue was destroyed in 1984. The bronze copy was made in 1986 by the Karlovy Vary sculptor Jan Kotek.

Wikipedia: Jelení skok (Karlovy Vary) (CS)

6. Hygie

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The statue of Hygiei, also the statue of Hygiei, in Karlovy Vary represents the goddess of health, cleanliness and also the moon Hygieia. Located in the Hot Spring Colonnade, it dates back to 1878, the author of the work was Vincenz Pilz.

Wikipedia: Socha Hygie (Karlovy Vary, Vřídelní kolonáda) (CS)


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