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Sluzovice (Czech Republic)

Opava okres, Moravosilesian Region

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Slużovice municipality flag

[Sluzovice municipality flag] by Blas Delgado Ortiz, 14 Apr 2002, after image by Petr Exner; flag adopted 3 Apr 1996

Number of inhabitants by 31.12. 2000: 801. Slużovice and Vrbka, being a local settlement, are first mentioned in 1349. At the beginning the village was in possession of the Premonstratensian Monastery of Hradisko u Olomouce. Since 1795 the village was owned by lords from Old°i╣ov. In 1920 the village was incorporated into Czechoslovakia. During World War II the village belonged to Germany. Though the village is of a farming character, most economically active people work in secondary and tertiary sectors of national economy.
Jarig Bakker, 20 Apr 2002

Slużovice CoA

[Sluzovice Coat of Arms] image from Ralf Hartemink's website.