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Main Spa Colonnade in Mariánské Lázně


Category: Spa Architecture Region: Mariánské Lázně and its surroundings Town: Mariánské Lázně


The Neo-Baroque colonnade, built between 1888 and 1889, is a landmark of the town of Mariánské Lázně. Commissioned by the abbot of the Teplá Monastery, it was designed by the Viennese architects Miksch and Niedzielský. The cast iron structure of impressive dimensions of 119x12 meters is adorned with a cycle of ceiling frescos depicting the human desire to fly, and with bronze reliefs on the walls.

Located just next to the colonnade is the modern landmark of the town known as The Singing Fountain.


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