Karel Klostermann (1848–1923)

29.06.2008 | 15:24
Karel Klostermann (1848–1923)

Karel Klostermann (1848–1923) The visitors to the Šumava mountains and the whole southwestern region of Bohemia can visit interesting exhibitions and touristics event all this year round. Imposing handicraft, customs and lives expositions on both sides of Šumava and Bavarian Forest from the times of Karel Klostermann are a celebration of the 160th birthday anniversary of this famous writer.

Klostermann‘s great grandfather comes to Šumava from Rhineland in the end of the 17th century. His mother‘s great grandfather, an emigrant from Flanders, nobleman and Huguenot, establishes perhaps the first Bohemian glass works in Mišov near Spálené Poříčí in 1740, and one more near Prášily some years later. Karel (Carl Faustin) Klostermann was born on February 15 of the revolutionary year of 1848 in Haag am Hausruck, from there he moved with his parents to Bohemia in 1849. First to Žichovice, and in 1862 to Kašperské Hory.
 

Karel Klostermann (1848–1923)

Churáňov cottages

Karel Klostermann (1848–1923)

Rankl-Sepp

Our Tip for Your Bike Trip
(Churáňov – Horská Kvilda – Filipova Huť – Březník – Modrava – Antýgl)
From Churáňov we set out following the blue touristic mark to Zlatá Studna (since 1799 it had been a glass making smelter). We continue on the road to Horská Kvilda (in the middle ages the gold was washed at Hamerský brook). In the upper end of the village there is a former Polauf Inn, where the story of the novel “In Šumava Paradise“ by KK starts. You can‘t miss a wooden statue by the last Šumava giant Rankl-Sepp, the hero of KK‘s novel. At the shop we turn left to the road to Filipova Huť (in 1785 established as a glass-makers settlement on the market path from Kašperské Hory to Pasov by Charles IV). Then we follow the yellow mark around Lovčí skála rock, then Ptačí nádrž on Modrava road, where we turn left to Březník. The former lodge was rebuilt in 2002, and today it is a museum of KK. From here we return back along the Modravský brook (in the half of the way there is a standing stone in the brook) to Modrava (established as a fishermen settlement in 1737). From Modrava we continue over the Roklanský brook and along the red path below former Vchynice and Tetov. The village doesn‘t exist anymore, but can be seen in the classical film “Divá Bára“. We pass Brenntenské hamlet to the shipping canal, to Rokyta and on the road to the right to Antýgl. Today there is a camp with refreshment and accomodation of 54 beds.

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Karel Klostermann (1848–1923)

Klostermann rock under Churáňov

Recommended Events

till July 11 Šumava of Karel Klostermann, ((photo exhibition in Pilsen)
till October 30 In Šumava Paradise (Plzeň, Kašperské Hory, Sušice)
August 16 Bavaria-Bohemian festival at Hauswald Chapel (Srní)
August 29–30 Šumava Fair in tribute to Karel Klostermann

Karel Klostermann (1848–1923)

Karel Klostermann (1848–1923)



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