There are a total of nine disc golf stands in the park of Letná, which always mention an interesting event which happened in Teplice. You can walk through the site without playing!
There are a total of nine disc golf stands in the park of Letná, which always mention an interesting attraction that happened in Teplice.
Disc golf stands:
1) Do you know that?
Near this place the Střelnice building had stood since 1714, where the Teplice shooting company had been meeting. It was an association founded by the townspeople in the mid-16th century to defend the town. After 1945, the building had been abandoned and since then it had been falling into disrepair until it was demolished in the 1970s.
2) Do you know that?
Turnhalle - the gym of the German Turner Association (Turnverein) was built in 1909. It was similar to the Czech Sokol, to which the building was handed over after World War II.
3) Do you know that?
On March 3, 1841, a monument to Prussian King Friedrich Wilhelm III was unveiled in this park. Like this, the people of Teplice honored the king, who had been visiting the town regularly since 1812. After the fall of the monarchy, the statue was removed.
4) Do you know that?
It was from here that the people of Teplice could enjoy the view of the New Synagogue, built in the Moorish style in 1881 on the Jewish Hill near the Evangelical Church of Saint Bartholomew. The synagogue had been burned down on the night of March 14-15, 1939 by a fanatical mob, and then demolished.
5) Do you know that?
The current town was founded in 1895 by merging Teplice and Šanov. The name Teplice - Šanov (Teplitz-Schönau) was used until 1948. After the joining of other municipalities (including Trnovany and Řetenice), the name Teplice is used.
6) Do you know that?
In 1898, Biscan's Electrotechnical School was established on the site of a burnt-out matchhouse and later a poorhouse, which had an excellent reputation and was taught at the university level here. Unfortunately, the great tradition was not followed after the war. Today, the house is used for living.
7) Do you know that?
The Schlackenburg has been the oldest building in the romantic style in Central Europe since 1805. The material for the construction, that was carried out by the master mason Franz Jerek, were fragments of bricks, porcelain slag, slag and natural stone.
8) Do you know that?
Near this place the building Střelnice stood since 1714, where the Teplice shooting company met. It was an association founded by the townspeople in the mid-16th century to defend the town. After 1945, the building had been abandoned and since then had fallen into disrepair until it was demolished in the 1970s.
9) Do you know that?
The original Špitální vrch (Hospital Hill) was named after the first Teplice hospital and it was later, after the construction of a memorial to the King of Prussia (see the stand no. 3), renamed as the Royal Height. That changed after 1945, when it was called Letná.
|Address:||Na Letné 268/5, 415 01 Teplice|
Na Letné 268/5, 415 01 Teplice