Teplitz aus der Vogelschau, Originalzeichnung von Reinhardt.

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Article ID EUT4722


Teplitz aus der Vogelschau, Originalzeichnung von Reinhardt.


View of the town of Teplice in Bohemia, Czech Republic.


ca. 1880



Historical Description

The town was mentioned in documents in the 12th century, the baths in the 16th century. The rule over Teplice was exercised by the Counts Kinsky since the 13th century. In 1467 Teplice received the town charter. In 1793 about half of the buildings were destroyed in a big fire. Reconstruction was carried out in the classicist style, which earned the town the nickname Little Paris. In July 1812, the poet Johann Wolfgang von Goethe and the composer Ludwig van Beethoven, who were staying here for a cure, met in Teplice. In 1813, during the Napoleonic Wars, Teplice was the headquarters of the three allied monarchs of Austria, Prussia and Russia, who concluded their alliance against Napoleon in Teplice Castle. Around 1888, Teplice had two spa springs, the Urquelle and the Frauenbadquelle. In 1895 Teplice was united with the spa town of Šanov, which had been elevated to the status of a town in 1884. The town was given the double name Teplice-Schoenau.

Place of Publication Germany
Dimensions (cm)33 x 52 cm
ConditionSome restoration at centerfold
Coloringoriginal colored
TechniqueWood engraving


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