Here you can find interesting sights in Teplice, Czechia. Click on a marker on the map to view details about the sight. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 5 sights are available in Teplice, Czechia.List of cities in Czechia Sightseeing Tours in Teplice
1. Sbor ČCE Tepliace
The parish church of the Czech Brotherhood Evangelical Church in Teplice belongs to the high court of the window steck. The number of active members is about 30. The representation of the generation is quite equal; The ratio of male to female is about 1: 1. In terms of education and occupation, it represents a wide range of people. Founded in 1889, the Choir is a stamp collecting/preaching station. The independent church of the church has always been r. In 1926. After World War II, Zelov's evangelical missionaries emigrated, and their families were active in the congregation for generations. From 1. In October 2020, Duchcov's original choir was also included in the warm choir.
2. Děkanský kostel sv. Jana Křtitele
The Roman Catholic parish of Teplice is a community of Roman Catholics and other persons close to Christianity in Teplice and its surroundings. Organizationally, it belongs to the Vicariate of Teplice, which is one of the ten vicariates of the Diocese of Litoměřice. It consists of three parishes – the deanery of Teplice in Bohemia, Teplice-Šanov and Teplice-Trnovany. Since 1990, these parishes as legal entities have had the same spiritual administration – they are administered by the Teplice Salesian community. In fact, these three de jure separate parishes form a single community, so the parish is sometimes also called the "triune".
3. Kostel svatého Bartoloměje
St. Bartolomeyer Church was originally a Lutheran church near the center of Teplice Hot Spring Town, which was built in the second half of the 19th century. A century of pseudo-Roman style. Since 1990, it has not been used in private hands and for church purposes. It is protected as a cultural monument of the Czech Republic.
4. sv. Apolinář
The Roman Catholic parish church of St. Apolinář in Modlany is an early Baroque sacral building standing on the village square, where it forms a dominant feature. Since 1987 the church has been protected as a cultural monument. Since May 2021, the church has been the property of the village of Modlany.
5. Památník holocaustu
The new Teplice synagogue, or Temple, stood in the town of Teplice between 1882 and 1939, when it was burned down and razed to the ground by local fanatical Sudeten Germans. In its time it was one of the largest synagogues in Bohemia.
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