Svitava Elementary School

Czech name Základní škola Svitavy
Address T. G. Masaryka 27
GPS 49°45'26"N 16°27'45"E (xx km)
444 m above sea level

The Neo-Renaissance school was designed by architect Josef Hudek from Vienna and constructed by Svitavy builder Julius Randa. The façade of the school was decorated by the sculptor Alfred Dresler of Brno. Along with the new school a botanical garden was planted on today’s Richard Klouda Street and a gymnasium with an exercise grounds was built. The building was comfortably furnished for the period: it had its own source of water, was wired for electricity, and featured central heating. A gas line was installed in the school laboratories.

Category mansion / villa / palace