Hotel Zeleny Dum
The Hotel Zeleny Dum (english: the Green House) has existed in Bozi Dar at least since 1542, when the reformer Martin Luther is said to have spent a night here on his way from Wittenberg to Jachymov. The current building stems from a reconstruction around 1917 in late classicist style, with the eponymous and green painted wooden facade. Subsequently, the interior design was also renewed in tradionalist style – both probably under the Bohemian-German architect Karl Ernstberger. Today, the Green House is one of the oldest preserved architectural monuments in this small town on the Klinovec in the Ore Mountains.
Church St. Anna
The baroque church building of St. Anna in the left background of the panorama (Czech: Sv. Anny) was built in 1771 in place of a burnt down predecessor building. The church was built according to the plans of the Prague architect and builder Philipp Heger, who is also the architect of the town hall in nearby Jachymov. In the 1960s the dilapidated church was saved from demolition by local protests, and since the 1990s the church has been reconstructed and preserved. It is also known for its interior ceiling, the so-called Bohemian Fladen, which is decorated with frescoes.