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Square - Rajecke Teplice
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Prítomnosť kúpeľov a krásne prostredie priviedli do Rajeckých Teplíc viaceré podniky, ktoré tu začali budovať rekreačné zariadenia pre svojich zamestnancov. Rastúci počet obyvateľov (r. 1970 ich už bolo 1659), ako aj kúpeľných hostí vyvolával tlak na rozvoj vybavenosti Rajeckých Teplíc. Novú železničnú stanicu postavili ešte v rokoch 1965-1966, začiatkom 70. rokov pribudol obchodný dom a budova pošty s telefónnou ústredňou. Netrvalo dlho a občania sa zaslúžili o vybudovanie vodovodu a telocvične i o plynofikáciu obce. Od roku 1980 boli Rajeckými Teplicami integrované obce Poluvsie, Stránske, Konská, Kunerad a Kamenná Poruba, no spojenie kúpeľného miesta a obcí výrazne poľnohospodárskeho charakteru sa neukázalo šťastné. V rokoch 1980-1981 uskutočnili kúpele rekonštrukciu parku, ktorý odvtedy krášli nová dominanta – „Žena po kúpeli“ od akad. sochára Rudolfa Pribiša, rodáka z neďalekého Rajca. V tomto období vznikol aj rehabilitačno-športový areál s výbornými podmienkami pre tenis. Rajecké Teplice boli 8. februára 1989 povýšené na mesto. Táto udalosť i spoločensko-politické zmeny, ktoré priniesol november 1989, významne ovplyvnil ďalší rozvoj kúpeľného mesta.

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