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|ČESKÁ REPUBLIKA||CZECH REPUBLIC|
|Ústecký kraj||Ústí nad Labem region|
Dubí is situated at an elevation of 350–450 m at the foothills of the Krušné hory (Erzgebirge) mountains in North Bohemia. The first mentioning in a document dates from between 1494 and 1498. The first cold water spa building was opened in 1870 and already two yerars later, Dubí received the official status as a spa. The most impressive sight in Dubí is the church of Our Lady, a copy of the church Santa Maria dell'Orto in Venice, built by Prince Carlos Clary-Aldringen in 1906.
The hunting lodge Tuppelburg [top left] and
the forest lodge Schweisjäger [top right] belonged to Prince Clary-Aldringen.