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Stekr´s Mill

14. 8. 2014




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The building stands on the site of a former mill, which was built in 1540. In the 1860s, the mill ceased to be used for its purposes and was rebuilt in the so called Egerland style into a building, with a popular restaurant mainly offering regional dishes. In 2004 the building was sensitively reconstructed in accordance with the regional architectural style.

Locality Františkovy Lázně – Horní Lomany 40 Czech Republic
Time Continually
History The building was renewed in 2004.
Organizer The owner of the building
Realisation team The owner of the building
Target group Tourists, cyclists, visitors of the Cheb region
Cultural-historic criterion Object built on the site of a former mill from 1540.
Ethnographic criterion Renewed as half-timbered building typical for the region of Cheb.
Environmental criterion Popular destination with a renowned restaurant specialised in regional dishes.
Aesthetic criterion The reconstruction of the interior and exterior of the object keeps the tradition of the regional architecture – the so called Cheb house (half-timbered storey house with brick ground floor and farm buildings).

Photos by © Jaroslav Otčenášek

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