|(Wichstadtl in German)|
The village dates to the fourteenth century. By the sixteenth century it had a glassworks and in the nineteenth century was connected to towns by rails. As with the rest of Czechoslovakia the town was occupied by Nazi Germany in World War II. After the war the German population was driven out.
- Gudrun Pausewang - German children's writer.
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