|Region||Ústí nad Labem|
|Elevation||414 m (1,358 ft)|
|Area||25.85 km2 (9.98 sq mi)|
|Density||88/km2 (228/sq mi)|
|Mayor||Ing. Miluše Trojanová (2010)|
|- summer (DST)||CEST (UTC+2)|
|Postal code||407 79|
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Mikulášovice is a city with 2,375 inhabitants (January 1, 2004) in the Czech Republic. The elongated village in the valley of the brook Mikulášovický (Nixdorf Bach) is 414 m above sea level in the west of the Bohemian low country near the border with Germany and belongs to the Děčín District. Between Mikulášovice and 7 km north-west German neighbor Sebnitz is the 598 m high Tanečnice (Dance Plan), the mountain of the community.
The company Mikov, producing popular knife Rybička, has its seat in Mikulášovice.
- Franz Dittrich (1815–1859), pathologist and native of Mikulášovice.
- Anni Frind (1900–1987), soprano opera singer, was born in Mikulášovice.
- Oskar Schäfer Knight's Cross holder
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