Pasohlávky

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Pasohlávky
Municipality
Main street with municipal office
Main street with municipal office
Flag of Pasohlávky
Flag
Coat of arms of Pasohlávky
Coat of arms
Pasohlávky is located in Czech Republic
Pasohlávky
Pasohlávky
Coordinates: 48°54′10″N 16°33′32″E / 48.90278°N 16.55889°E / 48.90278; 16.55889Coordinates: 48°54′10″N 16°33′32″E / 48.90278°N 16.55889°E / 48.90278; 16.55889
Country  Czech Republic
Region South Moravian
District Brno-Country
Area
 • Total 26.59 km2 (10.27 sq mi)
Elevation 175 m (574 ft)
Population (2014)
 • Total 727
 • Density 27/km2 (71/sq mi)
Postal code 691 22

Pasohlávky (German: Weisstätten) is a village in South Moravian Region, Czech Republic. It is located 13 km northwest of Mikulov and has a population of 726. Pasohlávky is a popular summer resort on the northern shore of Nové Mlýny I reservoir. In the cadastral area of Mušov (flooded by the dam and merged into Pasohlávky in late 1970s) there is an important archaeological site, where remains of a permanent Roman fortress from 2nd century have been explored.

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