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Krakonos a Certuv mlyn

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Hidden : 9/27/2009
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Terrain:
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KRAKONOŠ A CERTUV MLÝN

Krátce po roce 1900 prodalo nekolik maloúpských hospodáru okrajové pozemky lékarum z Breslau - Vratislavi a místní tesari jim postavili kopie horských chalup. Tak prišli do východních Krkonoš první chalupári. Tehdejší víkendové domy v Dolní Malé Úpe, dnes známé jako Skalní hrad, Modrý pavilon, puvodní Honzícek a Krakonoš, jsou okrášlené ozdobnými lištami, latemi, okenicemi a rustikálními prvky vcetne hrebenové zvonice. Nejzdobnejší chalupu Krakonoš si asi v roce 1910 porídil doktor Karl Ludloff. Do interiéru od horalu koupil svaté obrázky na skle, prastaré talíre, korbele, kolovrátky a predevším malovaný nábytek, podle kterého mu remeslníci omalovali tehdy nové policky na talíre, dvere i stropní trámy. Cást unikátního vybavení z pocátku 19. i toho okopírovaného z pocátku 20. století je uvnitr Krakonoše k videní dodnes. Na rozdíl od ostatních víkendových chalup vybavení po roce 1945 zachránil správce boudy a místní kronikár Antonín Provazník. Ten také doplnil interiér Krakonoše svými díly a vytvoril pohyblivý Certuv mlýn pohánený potuckem. Soucasné pohádkové postavy i pojetí mlýna jsou již tretí verzí.


[EN] THE MOUNTAIN GIANT CHALET AND DEVIL'S MILL

Shortly after 1900 several farmers from Malá Úpa sold the grounds located close to the boarder to the medical doctors from Breslau, and local carpenters built copies of original mountain houses for them. That is how the first weekend-cottagers came to the Eastern Giant Mountains. Former weekend houses in Dolní Malá Úpa, today known as Rock Castle, Blue Pavillon, former Honzícek and Krakonoš (The Mountain Giant), were enhanced by moldings, rods, shutters, and rustic details including roof bell towers. Doctor Karl Ludloff bought the most decorative house Krakonoš in about 1910. From mountaineers he bought holly pictures on glass, antique plates, beer mugs, spinning wheels and mostly painted furniture, which served as inspirations for the decoration of the new chairs, treasure boxes, wardrobes, shelves for plates, doors and ceiling beams. All these used to decorate the interiors. Part of the unique 19th century furnishings and event the copies made at the beginning of the 20th century can still be seen in Krakonoš to this day. After 1945 the furnishings unlike in other weekend cottages were saved by the chalet's manager and local chronicler Antonín Provazník. He also added Krakonoš's interior his own works and he created the movable Certuv mlýn (Devil's Mill) that was driven by a small stream. Today we can see the third version of the fairytale figures and of the mill's conception.

 

 
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N|O|P|Q|R|S|T|U|V|W|X|Y|Z

(letter above equals below, and vice versa)



 

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