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Park Colonnade in Karlovy Vary

 

Category: Spa Architecture Region: Karlovy Vary and its surroundings Town: Karlovy Vary

 

The Park Colonnade (Sadová kolonáda), by Viennese architects Fellner and Helmer, was originally known as the promenade of the Blanenský Pavilion. After the demolition of the pavilion, people began calling this wrought-iron gazebo the Park Colonnade. Even though the present colonnade is only a fraction of the original building from 1880, it is still an important reminder of the 19th century spa architecture. You can find it adorning the beautiful Dvořák Park (Dvořákovy sady) in the vicinity of the Military Spa Institute.

Springs:

  • Snake Spring (Hadí pramen)
  • Park Spring (Sadový pramen)
  • Freedom Spring (Pramen Svobody)
 
 
 
 

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