From 1867, Podhradí belonged to Lhotka village, bearing a name Dolní Vikštejn, Neider Wigstein, in German). At the time, Podhradí consisted only of a few farmsteads, however, it also had a hotel, a saw mill, a school, a fire station, a chapel, a store and a game-keepers cottage. The first record about Podhradí dates to 1805. In 1910, under the patronage of count Razumovský, the German Municipal Council of Radkov built a school in Podhradí. After the deportation of the original population, the lessons was initiated again in 1956. The number of population increased during the construction of the water treatment plant, the part of Kružberk water delivery conduit, when 500 employees of a national corporation Vodotechna lived in Podhradí, many of them with their families. At the front of the building, designed by the architect I. Klimeš, a relief "Water" by V. Makovský is installed. Once the construction finished, a training institution of transportation (of ČSAD company) was established there in 1964. These premises are not in use today.
According to the census from 1st December 1970, there were 18 houses, 31 flats and 143 inhabitants. On 1st January 2000, Podhradí had 52 people.
The paper mill in Anna's valley was founded in 1866 when a water management licence to establish for paper manufacturing. In 1894, the factory became a propriety of Rozumovský family and it bore a name "Ground-wood and cardboard Rozumovký factory, Anna's Valley by Vítkov".
Nowadays, in Anna's Valley, there is a private poultry and meat cattle farm. Its name is Farma Grim.
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Day temperatures 0/4°C, around 1000m -4°C.
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