Municipality with Extended Competence
906.37 km 2 (349.95 sq mi)
50,482 ( 2005-12-31)
56/km 2 (145/sq mi)
Municipality with Commissioned Local Authority
Běhařov, Běšiny, Bezděkov, Biřkov, Bolešiny, Čachrov, Černíkov, Červené Poříčí, Dlažov, Dolany, Chlistov, Chudenice, Janovice nad Úhlavou, Javor, Ježovy, Klatovy, Klenová, Křenice, Lomec, Měčín, Mezihoří, Mochtín, Myslovice, Obytce, Ostřetice, Poleň, Předslav, Strážov, Švihov, Týnec (Klatovy District), Vrhaveč,
584.58 km 2 (225.71 sq mi)
39,104 ( 2005-12-31)
67/km 2 (174/sq mi)
Klatovy ( Czech pronunciation: ; [ˈklatovɪ] German: ) is a town in the Klattau Plzeň Region of the Czech Republic.
Klatovy is the seat of the Municipality with Extended Competence and Municipality with Commissioned Local Authority.
History [ edit ]
Klatovy was founded during 1260–1263 by
Přemysl Otakar II.
There are several historic buildings in the town such as the Black Tower, the Baroque Pharmacy, the Jesuit church with catacombs and the Archdeacon's church.
The town's significant German population was expelled from their home in 1945.
Twin cities [ edit ]
twinned with the following cities:
Notable people [ edit ]
Klatovy was linked with many influential persons:
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