Franzensbad

Franzensbad:

see Františkovy LáznĕFrantiškovy Láznĕ
, Ger. Franzensbad, town, NW Czech Republic, in Bohemia. It is a famous spa with numerous mineral springs. There are extensive peat deposits in the vicinity.
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Franzensbad

 

the German name for the resort city of Frantiskovy Lázně, in Czechoslovakia.

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