7 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 7 sights are available in Karlovy Vary, Czechia.

List of cities in Czechia Sightseeing Tours in Karlovy Vary

1. Vřídlo

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Vřídlo Juan de Vojníkov / CC BY-SA 3.0

Vřídlo is the official name for the largest spring of thermal water in Karlovy Vary, which with a temperature of 73 °C is also the warmest thermal spring in the Czech Republic. The Hot Spring Spray in the form of the Hot Spring Fountain is located in the center of the spa area of Karlovy Vary in the Hot Spring Colonnade, where it reaches a height of up to 12 m due to the pressure and carbon dioxide gas. Since May 2016, the Hot Spring Fountain has been temporarily located at the southwest entrance to the colonnade. In the area of the Hot Spring Colonnade there are five drinking stands with spring water not only at the original temperature, but also cooled to temperatures of 57 and 41 °C.

Wikipedia: Vřídlo (Karlovy Vary) (CS)

2. Market Colonnade

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The market colonnade is the Karlovy Vary colonnade on the left bank of the Teplá River. It is a cultural monument of the Czech Republic. The colonnade is covered by the spring of Charles IV, the chateau spring of the Lower and the Market Spring. The building is a richly carved, open building built in Swiss style. The market colonnade is closed from three sides with wooden walls, its façade is a column arcade. The building originated in places where originally stood the oldest Karlovy Vary Spa. At the prayer of the source of Charles IV. According to legend, the Emperor himself treated the sick limb. Originally the springs were covered with a simple gazebo with a promenade hall.

Wikipedia: Tržní kolonáda (CS)

3. 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)

4. Hrušeň v Drahovicích

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The cherry tree in Drahovis is an unforgettable tree, and the ancient pear tree is being filled. When the memorial tree was announced, it was the second largest tree species in the Czech Republic. It grows on a hillside beneath a paneled house in Karlovy Vary, Drahovice district, on the left side of the sidewalk of the local road and travels along the Garden Colony. The trunk circumference is 366 cm, and the treetops extend to 9 meters after healthy cutting in 2009.

Wikipedia: Hrušeň v Drahovicích (CS)

5. Jelení skok

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The statue of Kam í k, named Jelen í jump, stands on the rocky cliff of the hot spring forest, which is part of Karlovy Vary. It originated in the studio of Berlin sculptor August Keith in 1851. This zinc sculpture was destroyed in 1984. The bronze replica was made by Karlovy Vary sculptor Jan Kotka in 1986.

Wikipedia: Jelení skok (Karlovy Vary) (CS)

6. Imperial Spa

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The Emperor's Spa, also known today as Spa I, is a representative spa of the New Renaissance, located on Mari á nsko spa Street. 2 on the southern edge of Karlovy Vary. In their greatest glory era, Imperial Spa was the city's spa. Since 2010, the building has been protected as a national cultural monument.

Wikipedia: Císařské lázně (Karlovy Vary) (CS)

7. 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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