The Mill Spring Colonnade is the work of Joseph Zilek. He is also the designer of the National Theater in Prague. It is the grandest of the colonnades. It is also the most opulent of them all. Originally, it rose two stories, however, the locals felt it did not mesh with their spa town. Today, it stretches some 132 m long and is 13m wide. It stands a testament of grace and elegance. One hundred and twenty-four columns topped by Corinthian capitals decoratively hold up a coffer ceiling. At the ends of the structure, you will see statues representing the 12 months of the year. Within, is an orchestra pit and five mineral springs.
The five springs all have names. They are the Libuše, the Prince Václav I, the Prince Václav II, the Mills Spring and the Rusalka. Temperatures for the waters range from 56◦ C to 65◦C. The waters from Mills spring were once bottled and sold in every chemist (Pharmacy) in the Czech Republic.
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