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The Porcelain Pathway and the exposition of porcelain with the blue onion pattern

Dubí

From the autumn of 2013 the permanent exhibition of porcelain can be found on the first floor of The House of the Porcelain with Blue Blood - City information center. More

The House of the Porcelain with Blue Blood

Dubí

The Blue House is open to the public: MONDAY - FRIDAY 8 am - 5 pm SATURDAY 8 am - 2 pm SUNDAY closed FREE ENTRY More

Bystřice

Bystřice

Originally a farming village, situated on both sides of the same name stream, is mentioned in historical material in 1502 (as Wistritz). The biggest boom of village came from the 80th of the... More

Mlýnský vrch

Dubí

From the Mlýnský vrch the visitors can enjoy magnificent views of the town of Dubí surrounded by the Krušné Mountains. The visitors can use picturesque forest pathways to reach the... More

Hamerský rybník

Dubí

The picturesque Hamerský rybník is to be found several metres away from the Theresa Spa complex. More

Sporting Complex in Bystřice

Bystřice

The Bystřice village is to be found on both banks of a stream of the same name. The local sporting complex offers multiple opportunities for sporting activities. More

Ress-Pattern Chapel in the Tovární Street

Dubí

In the Tovární Street, just above the Czech Porcelain factory, the visitors can admire a Baroque recess-pattern chapel with relief of Holy Trinity. More

Cínovec

Cínovec

he existence of settlement Zinnwald (Zinnwald) is recorded from 14th century, furthermore the first report is documented from 1378. More

Běhánky

Běhánky

Both of the former municipalities were already in the history of the political community Dubí and it was until 1877. More

Mstišov

Mstišov

Mstišov was an separate satellite village until 1980 and the first written record was dated to 1487. Up to 19th century Mstišov (Tischau) was a purely agricultural village. More

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