Photographer's Note

Today we will look at another spring in the Jesenk spa. This time to a spring called Bezručův. Priessnitz was awarded a civilian medal in 1846 at the expense of patients from the town of Nysa. Today the lie is in Poland, then it was part of Prussia. It was built as a three-part marble monument. The side parts of the monument serve as a resting place, water flows from the middle. It has been named after the poet Petr Bezruč, a bard of the Silesian people, since 1961. There was once a forest restaurant by the spring.

Dnes se podvme na dal pramen v lznch Jesenk. Tentokrt na pramen zvan Bezručův. Priessnitz byl v roce 1846 vyznamenn civiln medail na nklady pacientů z města Nysa. Dnes le v Polsku, tehdy bylo součst Pruska. Bylo to vybudovno jako trojdln mramorov pomnk. Bočn dly pomnku slou jako odpočvadlo, z prostřednho teče voda. Po bsnku Petru Bezručovi, bardovi slezskho lidu, , nese jmno od roku 1961. U pramene kdysi byla i lesn restaurace.

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