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Hroznová Lhota (Czech Republic)

Hodonin okres, South Moravian Region

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[Flag of Hroznová Lhota] by Blas Delgado Ortiz, 29 Nov 2001
adopted in 1999 See also:

Hroznová Lhota flag

This village in Hodonin district, with 1.288 inhabitants has its flag and CoA at this webpage. The flag was adopted in 1999. Hodonin is a wine-producing district, and apparently proud of it. Village founded in about the14th century, in 1560 promoted to be a town. Baroque church of St. John the Baptist from 1654 with an altar-piece by J. Úprka who lived and worked here. His house and studio were rebuilt in 1904 according to the design of the architect Dušan Jurkovič.
Above the village - a round hill Radošov - originally a primeval settlement.
Jarig Bakker, 18 Nov 2001

Hroznová Lhota CoA

[CoA of Hroznová Lhota] image from this webpage.