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|ČESKÁ REPUBLIKA||CZECH REPUBLIC|
|Ústecký kraj||Ústí nad Labem region|
Levín is situated at an elevation of 430 m near the Sedlo mountain (Geltschberg, 728 m). The village was first mentioned in 1169 and became a parish in 1352. Levín was well-known for pottery products.
Lázně Jeleč (Geltschbad, Bad Geltschberg)
in the vicinity of Levín was a spa for cold-water cures and a climatic resort since the early 19th century.
It was one of the earliest spas of this type in the Austrian empire after Gräfenberg (Lázně
Jeseník). The spa building is now used as a recreation home.