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Ceský Krumlov okres, Czech Republic

South Bohemian Region

Last modified: 2002-11-02 by jarig bakker
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Český Krumlov okres CoA

[Cesky Krumlov okres CoA] from this site, found by Jarig Bakker, 4 July 2000

The area of the Český Krumlov region is 1615 km2, it is the third largest in South Bohemia (it forms 14,3% of the area). In 5 cities and 41 villages live 59.006 inhabitants (as on the 30th of
June 1997)
Jarig Bakker, 4 July 2000 

Besednice flag

[Besednice flag] by Blas Delgado Ortiz, 10 Oct 2001, after image by Peter Exner. Flag adopted 28 Nov 2000

Besednice has 804 (1.3.2001) inhabitants. Written documentation of Besednice goes back to the 14th century, and even during the reign of Václav IV, Besednice belonged to the Velešínský property. In 1387, Besednice passed over to the property of the Rosenbergs. In 1395, Besednice and its surroundings were given by Heinrich III. von Rosenberg to the parish St. Vítus Church in Český Krumlov in Český Krumlov. Since that time up until 1848, practically all of Besednice belonged to the Krumlov Prelate. The extensive grounds and forests of the Besednice region still belonged to the prelates in 1910.
Information from the Besednice homepage.
Jarig Bakker, 11 Oct 2001

Besednice CoA

[Besednice coat of arms] image from this website, located by Jarig Bakker, 24 Oct 2002

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