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Here, as well, you will discover an extremely small museum (called Dion E Chopin) inspired by another renown tourist, Fredéric Chopin (the Polish composer, who lived from 1810 to 1849).He visited in 1836 to chase the young lady who became his fiancée.Russian author, Nikolai Gogol, wrote some of his book ‘Dead Souls’ while residing here and, in 1848, Wagner wrote Lohengrin at Mariánské Lázně.Bettering these artistic stamps of appreciation was the presence of royalty, with Emperor Franz Josef from Austria and King Edward the seventh of England being celebrated and frequent visitors.Some eight miles (twelve kilometres) eastwards, Václav Skalník crafted the landscape gardens and, in just a number of decades, this remote area in Bohemia’s forest was a wonderful mix of pavilions and parks, gathered round forty therapeutic springs.The renown German author, Goethe, was a famous early tourist in the 1820’s.He never married her, though, due to his declining health.Mariánské Lázně (Marienbad) is an elegant Neo-Classical and Art Noveau spa town (though less well-known than Karlovy Vary) with a wide spectrum of natural therapeutic resources and excellent climatic conditions, set among an amazing natural mountain panorama. The largest and probably most architecturally beautiful building in Mariánské Lázně is the so-called New Spa, built according to a project by Josef Schaffer.
The neo-classicist colonnade dating back to 1889 is rightly regarded as a jewel among colonnades.
The most endearing of the spa towns in Bohemia, Marienbad (Mariánské Lázně) is relatively new to spas: It was only constructed in the early nineteenth century by the Teplá monastery abbot.
Today, Marienbad is particularly popular with visitors from Germany.
The often pompous and stately buildings have been renovated after years of gradual decay.
The mixture is superior to the individual parts of all the Czech spas and this is possibly the most alluring and harmonious.
The major road, Hlavní, that spans the town’s length, is a virtually uninterrupted series of coffeehouses, decadent turn-of-the-century apartments and hotels.