Hlásná Třebaň je krásná... Příspěvek k poznání počátků meziválečných vilo- -chatových rekreačních kolonií v Hlásné a Zadní Třebani a v Letech
Hlásná Třeban is beautiful... An essay introducing the commencement of inter-war villa and cottage settlements in Hlásná and Zadní Třebaň and in Lety
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If we ignore the unique settlement of summer houses established in 1850 in Roztoky near Prague, the first large settlement of summer villas of Prague residents developed in the valley of the lower Berounka River from the 1870s; during the inter-war period cottages were also built in this area. Summer house settlements continued to be established until the beginning of the 20th century. A significant impulse for such recreational colonization of the valley of lower Berounka was the abrupt development of camping and hiking movement after the end of the 1st World War, or more precisely after the establishment of independent Czechoslovakia. Unconventional camp sites were soon expanded by three large conformist villa and cottage settlements in Zadní and Hlásná Třebaň and in Lety which combined both - the tradition of elite villa colonies from the 19th century and at least the formal unconventionality of hiking camp sites.
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