The Fishing School or Thèimateshube (often written as §èimatshube) is a building in the Noowet Grasslands. The building not only serves as a school for fishermen and sailors, but is also a museum about the fishery of Hurbanova. The building was built back in 1896, but only the front wall of the first floor and a little former stable of the building are original. The other parts have recently been built. The name §èimatshube derives from Oceana. Þèimno, from Slovak temno, means darkness and Tsçueb, from Slovak tržnica, means market hall. The building used to be a market hall and darkness refers to the fire of 1933 when 14 people died. After that fire the building was abondoned and left in ruins.