Třešť (Czech pronunciation: [ˈtr̝̊ɛʃc]; German: Triesch) is a town in the Vysočina Region of the Czech Republic, which was founded around the turn of the 13th century. It has around 6,000 inhabitants.
Economist Joseph Schumpeter was born there in 1883. Franz Kafka visited his uncle in Triesch, who was the subject of Kafka's story "A Country Doctor". Some also believe that the Triesch castle was the inspiration behind Kafka's novel The Castle.
Uniforms for the papal Swiss Guard are made in the city.
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