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Karlovy Vary

[kahr-luh-vee vahr-ee; Czech kahr-law-vi vah-ri]
German Karlsbad or Carlsbad

City (pop., 2001 prelim.: 53,857), western Czech Republic. A health resort with sulfur springs, it was developed in 1358 by Holy Roman Emperor Charles IV. The Carlsbad Decrees were drawn up there in 1819.

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