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Restaurace Fontána - Smetanovy sady - Olomouc
Czech Republic

Restaurace Fontána – historie objektu. Dnešní Café Restaurant Fontána vznikla v letech 1822-1826 z podnětu olomouckého arcibiskupa, arcivévody Rudolfa Habsburského, město dalo na vlastní náklady vystavět v Rudolfově aleji „kryté odpočivadlo” tzv. Kiosk a to nákladem 1.674 zl., jak dokládají dochované spisy. Podle plánů z pozdějších let stávala stavba v místech pozdějšího lázeňského pavilonu, nebo také „Wilhelmshalle” (Vilémovy dvorany) na památku olomouckého dómského probošta Viléma Schneeburga, z jehož nadace byl dlouhá léta podporován provoz městského parku. V 70.letech 19. století byl také vybudován rybníček s umělým skaliskem a vodotryskem. V roce 1895 byl z iniciativy Přátel sadů vystavěn naproti restaurační budovy dnešní hudební pavilon. Restaurace a kavárna se po dlouhá léta stávala místem setkání obyvatel města, oázou klidu a odpočinku.

Copyright: Milan Horák
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 10876x5438
Taken: 02/08/2011
Загружена: 06/08/2011
Обновлено: 08/08/2011


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