Pramen Táborského a Ondrúškuv - Chvalcov, Czechia
Posted by: Groundspeak Premium Member ladabohac
N 49° 21.936 E 017° 43.638
33U E 698006 N 5471676
Quick Description: [CZ] Studánka v Hostýnských vrších pod zríceninou hradu Obrany. [EN] A well in Hostýnské vrchy under the ruins of the Obrany castle.
Location: Zlínský kraj, Czechia
Date Posted: 7/11/2021 1:20:15 PM
Waymark Code: WM14HJ0
Published By: Groundspeak Regular Member Clan Riffster
Views: 6

Long Description:
[CZ] Studánka se puvodne jmenovala Hladová studánka. Pozdeji byla prejmenována na pocest etnografa a spisovatele Františka Táborského a malíre Františka Ondrúška. V roce 1957 bylo upraveno okolí pramene pri 25. výrocí Ondrúškovy smrti a nad pramen byla vsazena kovová deska s podobiznami obou umelcu.

Obložení studánky zpracoval akademický sochar Jožek Antko z Rajnochovic. Nápis na bronzové desce "Byli naši, byli, už sa pominuli, po maluckej chvíli pujdeme za nimi", je vzat ze Svolinského pozvánky na tryznu Františka Táborského.

U pramene se nacházejí 2 hrnícky a cistotu okolí potvrzuje i výskyt mloka skvrnitého.

[EN] The well was originally called the Hungry Well. It was later renamed the ethnographer and writer František Táborský and the painter František Ondrúšek. In 1957, the surroundings of the spring were modified at the 25th anniversary of Ondrúšek's death, and a metal plate with portraits of both artists was placed above the spring.

The lining of the well was designed by academic sculptor Jožek Antko from Rajnochovice. The inscription on the bronze plaque "They were ours, they were, they have passed away, after a little while we will follow them", is taken from Svolinský's invitation to the ordeal of František Táborský.

There are 2 cups at the spring and the cleanliness of the surroundings is also confirmed by the occurrence of the salamander.
Public or Private Land?: Public

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