Štěrboholy

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Štěrboholy on a map of Prague

The Czech village of Štěrboholy was founded in 1371,[1] and became part of Prague in 1968.[2] Now it is its own cadastral area, part of the administrative district Prague 15.

Its area is 2.97 km², its population is 2,172 and its population density is 731 inhabitants / km².

Šterboholy became known during the Seven Years' War on 6 May 1757. That day was the Battle of Prague, where Frederick II the Great defeated the Austrian troops of Charles Alexander of Lorraine.[3][4]

References[edit]

Municipal office in Štěrboholy
  1. ^ s.r.o., YoungBrains. "Městská část Praha - Štěrboholy | Historie". www.sterboholy.cz (in Czech). Retrieved 2017-11-02.
  2. ^ s.r.o., YoungBrains. "Městská část Praha - Štěrboholy | Znak a prapor". www.sterboholy.cz (in Czech). Retrieved 2017-11-02.
  3. ^ https://www.lidovky.cz/vojak-od-sterbohol-0n7-/nazory.aspx?c=A070511_195159_ln_dopisy_gab
  4. ^ https://www.lidovky.cz/kvetnove-sterboholy-0rq-/ln_noviny.asp?c=A070505_000114_ln_noviny_sko&klic=219177&mes=070505_0

Coordinates: 50°04′23″N 14°33′11″E / 50.073°N 14.553°E / 50.073; 14.553