City Hall in Teplice
District location in the Ústí nad Labem Region within the Czech Republic
Municipalities of Teplice District
|Region||Ústí nad Labem Region|
|• Total||469.27 km2 (181.19 sq mi)|
|• Density||285.9/km2 (740/sq mi)|
|Time zone||CET (UTC+1)|
|• Summer (DST)||CEST (UTC+2)|
The Teplice District (Czech: Okres Teplice) is a district in the Czech Republic and is part of the Ústí nad Labem Region along with the districts of Most, Louny, Chomutov, Litoměřice, Děčín and Ústí nad Labem. The Teplice District takes up only about a twelfth of the Ústí nad Labem Region but its central part in a basin between Ore Mountains and hills of the České středohoří is heavily urbanised and densely populated. The total area size of the district is 469.27 square kilometres and the district has a population of 134,163 (population density 285 people per square kilometre). The administrative centre of the district is the city of Teplice.
Notable cities and towns
The largest city in the district with a population of about 55,000. It is also the administrative center of the district. Teplice is the second largest spa town in the Czech Republic, Teplice is also known for FK Teplice, the local football team playing the first Czech Division.
Bílina is one of the largest towns besides Teplice. The Bílina River flows through the town.
Dubí is located just north of Teplice, close to the German borders.
Complete list of municipalities
This is a complete list of officially registered municipalities located in the Teplice district. Many are villages with populations barely exceeding a hundred, some are slightly larger, for example Krupka or Hrob.
Bílina - Bořislav - Bystřany - Bžany - Dubí - Duchcov - Háj u Duchcova - Hostomice - Hrob - Hrobčice - Jeníkov - Kladruby - Košťany - Kostomlaty pod Milešovkou - Krupka - Lahošť - Ledvice - Lukov - Měrunice - Mikulov - Modlany - Moldava - Novosedlice - Ohníč - Osek - Proboštov - Rtyně nad Bílinou - Srbice - Světec - Teplice - Újezdeček - Zabrušany - Žalany - Žim
Main square in Bílina
Memorial of a 1934 mining disaster in Osek when 144 miners lost their lives in an explosion of coal dust at the Nelson III Colliery.
Holy Trinity column in Duchcov