Located 233 kilometers west of Prague, near Germany, Caroville is the largest spa sanatorium in Czech Republic, known as "Hot Spring Town". The first hot spring to be found here was Charles IV of the 14th century, which was his hunting ground. Caroville made a profit, meaning "Charlie Hot Spring". In the 18th century, it became a well-known social place in Europe, and was favored by many noble celebrities, such as Marx, Peter the Great, Beethoven, Wagner and Brahms. Today, Caroville is still one of the most famous resorts in Czech Republic. The Mill Hot Spring Gallery is the most wonderful one.
The Mill Hot Spring Gallery in Caroville, Czech Hot Spring Town, was built in 1881 by Joseph Geddick, designer of Prague National Theatre. There are five hot springs outlets in this 132-meter Roman gallery. This building is one of the traditional symbols of Caroville and is known as the most beautiful hot springs gallery.
I like the architectural style of the Mill Hot Spring Gallery very much. The gallery is orderly covered with columns. I always thought it was ancient Greek style. I came back to check it before I knew it was the new Renaissance route. There are 124 Collins columns on the corridor. There are 12 vivid sandstone fable statues on the corridor, representing 12 months of the year. They are very beautiful. There are five hot spring outlets on the corridor. Naturally, the local people pick up their cups and take a sip. They stand on the side, SIP slowly, and then continue to drink. Seeing how they enjoyed their drinks, we rushed to try the hot spring water, which was said to be very effective. As a result, it was a little difficult to swallow, and the salty white water mixed with a peculiar smell, but we couldn't get used to it anyway. Several other hot springs have been tried, the water temperature is different, but the same is not good to drink, the local people seem to have a lot of fun to drink.
This is the most famous hot spring corridor in Hot Spring Town. The corridor pillars are decorated with complex and exquisite sculptures, and the spring eye is at the end of the corridor. It is said that the spring water here contains many healthy minerals, which can cure respiratory diseases.
The hot spring corridor of the hot spring town feels like a Greek architecture, the same architect as the Prague Opera House. There is a mill nearby, so it is called the mill hot spring corridor. There are 12 pillars, representing 12 months respectively. There are also hot springs, free of charge, and the temperature is not high.
Designed by Czech architect Joseph Zcott, the Mill Hot Spring Gallery was built in 1881. Personally, I think the Rome Hot Spring Gallery is more appropriate because it has a strong Roman style, 124 Roman columns and 12 sculptures representing 12 months a year. There are five hot springs in the corridor, where the most water is taken from the corridor (what I have seen). There are tourists and locals. The difference is that tourists use the hot springs cups they buy and locals use large daily water cups. At the mouth of the hot spring, we met an old man who played saxophone. He knew that we came from China and played a Chinese national anthem.
Buy a hot spring cup and enjoy it everywhere. It tastes unique, salty, long-term drinking may prolong life, beauty and skin care. The town's hot spring cakes are recommended to eat. It sells only 10 kroner, a hot and crisp one. Boxes of hand-accompanying gifts are also very good.
The hot springs here are very famous. In addition, I would like to explain that the hot springs here are different from those in Japan in that they are used for drinking rather than soaking. The temperature of the springs at different outlets is different. It is said that the high temperature is better for stomach. So I drank a few more glasses.