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Hraběšín is a village and municipality in Kutná Hora District in the Central Bohemian Region of the Czech Republic Today the village has 73 buildings including a newly renovated castle. With only one mini market in the village. its employment opportunities are very limited. The 110 permanent residents either commute to Čáslav or work in the agricultural sector. The village has a park and two ponds, used for both fishing and ice skating. There is currently no public school in Hraběšín, but the vicinity of the old school building remains the most central area of the village, where the bus stop, soccer field and pay-phone are all located.