Ústí nad Bečvou
|State :||Czech Republic|
|Region :||Olomoucký kraj|
|Area :||331 ha|
|Geographic location :|
|Residents :||560 (Jan. 1, 2019)|
|Postal code :||753 01|
|License plate :||M.|
|Street:||Hranice - Kelč|
|Mayor :||Libor Vykopal (as of 2007)|
753 01 Hranice 1
Neighboring towns are Černotín in the north, Kamenec in the north-east, Skalička in the east, Dolní Těšice and Horní Těšice in the south-east, Malhotice in the south, Opatovice in the south-west, Valšovice in the west and Zbrašov in the north-west.
The first written mention of Oustí took place in 1389, when the village belonged to the family of the Hrabiš from Podolí. In 1407 Oustí became part of the Helfenstein rule . The place came under the rule of Mährisch Weißkirchen in 1553 and belonged to the Dietrichstein family until the abolition of patrimonial rule in 1848 .
In 1707 the settlement of Manina or Novosady arose on the episcopal estate, which was incorporated into Ústí in 1934. Ústí was incorporated into Skalička in 1976 and has been a separate municipality again since 1990. In 2003 Ústí was the winner of the "Village of the Year" competition in Olomoucký kraj and came third nationwide.
No districts are shown for the municipality of Ústí. The Nové Sady location belongs to Ústí.
- Church of St. Peter and Paul, consecrated in 1947
- Statue of the Virgin Mary, erected in 1791