Fryšták

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Fryšták
Town
Town hall of Fryšták - ahead.JPG
Town Hall
Flag
Coat of arms
Country Czech Republic
Region Zlín
District Zlín
Commune Zlín
Elevation 271 m (889 ft)
Coordinates 49°17′6″N 17°41′3″E / 49.28500°N 17.68417°E / 49.28500; 17.68417Coordinates: 49°17′6″N 17°41′3″E / 49.28500°N 17.68417°E / 49.28500; 17.68417
Area 24.16 km2 (9.33 sq mi)
Population 3,718 (2014-07-01)
Density 154/km2 (399/sq mi)
First mentioned January 15, 1356[1]
Mayor Lubomír Doležel
Timezone CET (UTC+1)
 - summer (DST) CEST (UTC+2)
Postal code 763 16
Location in the Czech Republic
Location in the Czech Republic
Wikimedia Commons: Fryšták
Statistics: statnisprava.cz
Website: www.frystak.cz

Fryšták (German: Freistadtl) is a town in Zlín Region of Czech Republic. Situated between the cities of Zlín and Holešov on the Fryštácký stream, it is under the Hostýnsko-vsetínská hornatina mountain range on the border between Moravian Wallachia and Hanakia.

History[edit]

Early records documented in the 14th century, January 15, 1356: "... Nicolaus Luce de Freystat clerius Olomoucensis diocesis, publicus auctoritate imperiali notarius ...".[1]

By the 19th Century Fryšták was notable for agriculture and wood production. The fire of 1841 caused Fryšták's traditional wooden buildings to be replaced by more modern buildings. By the latter 20th century a contemporary wave of building with construction of many new houses included the installation of modern infrastructure such as natural gas lines and telephone networks.[2]

Demographics[edit]

Year 1970 1980 1991 2001 2011
Population 3 390 3 446 3 299 3 473[3] 3 695[4]

Parts[edit]

Fryšták is divided into 4 parts:

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Boček, Antonín; Josef Chytil; Vincenc Brandl; Bertold Bretholz. "71". Codex diplomaticus et epistolaris Moraviae (1305, 1836–1845, 1850–1903). 15/15 (in Czech, Latin, and German). Olomouc, Brno. p. 58. 
  2. ^ [1] Archived December 22, 2008, at the Wayback Machine.
  3. ^ "Population of Fryšták in 2001". Population cenzus in 2001 (in Czech). Czech Statistical Office. pp. 2001–03–01. Retrieved 2007-06-03. [dead link]
  4. ^ "Population and vital statistics in municipalities, Territory: District Zlín, Period: year 2011". Czech Statistical Office. Retrieved 13 April 2016.