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Sanatorium Priessnitz
Czech Republic

Sanatorium Priessnitz is the main spa building, founded in 1910 in Art Nouveau style, built by architect Leopold Bauer and still dominates its surroundings. It lies at an altitude of 650 meters overlooking the main ridge Hruby Jeseník about 2 km above the capital Jesenik. 

It has a total of 15 suites, 48 double rooms and 35 single rooms, which are mostly equipped with private shower or bath and toilet, minibar, TV and balcony.

Carried out here hydrotherapy, baths, underwater and reflex massages, electrotherapy, ...

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