Edward's spring - well

Czech name Eduardův pramen
GPS 49°55'39"N 16°34'17"E (xx km)
385 m above sea level

Eduard's spring is a spring, which used to be drinking water. It rises from the ground at the dam of Sluneční Pond. It used to be called the "Lime" spring, because it was modified using greyish-white arenaceous marl rock. In 1861 it was rebuilt by the Lanškroun sharpshooters, who named it after their Governor Eduard Erxleben.

Category memorial plaque, spring / well