|State :||Czech Republic|
|Region :||Olomoucký kraj|
|Area :||384 ha|
|Geographic location :|
|Residents :||472 (Jan. 1, 2019)|
|Postal code :||751 18|
|License plate :||M.|
|Street:||Vlkoš - Stará Ves|
|Railway connection:||Přerov - Břeclav|
|Mayor :||František Pěcha (as of 2011)|
751 18 Říkovice
Říkovice is located on the left side of the Moštěnka in the Upper Moravian Depression ( Hornomoravský úval ). The Přerov - Břeclav railway runs on the eastern edge of the village, and the Říkovice station is at the south-eastern exit of the village. The D 1 motorway has been running one and a half kilometers to the east since 2010 , the further north of which from Přestavlky has not yet been completed.
Neighboring towns are Bochoř , Záhatí, Lověšice and Horni Moštěnice in the north, Dobrčice and Přestavlky in the Northeast, Stará Ves in the east, Němčice , Rymice , Količín and Pravčice the southeast, Hulin and Břest in the south, Žalkovice in the southwest, Kyselovice , Polňák and Záříčí in West and Kanovsko , Vlkoš and Věžky in the north-west.
The first secured written mention of Richowicz took place in 1274 in a deed of the Olomouc bishop Bruno von Schauenburg for Heinrich and Gunter von Brandeis. The identity of the village with the village of the same name named in the deed of donation of Duke Otto I in 1167, together with Pamětice and Vážany , cannot be proven and its geographical location is doubtful. In 1328 the place was called Rykouicz and 1437 as Rzikowicz . In 1476, the acquired Vladiken of Dobrčice the estate. They made the fortress Rzikowicz their seat and from then on called themselves Rzikowsky von Dobrzicz ( Říkovský z Dobrčic ). The family held the property for over 300 years until it died out in 1786. In 1790, Count Wenzel Ugarte bought the estate, and in 1796 his sons Aloys, Klemens and Joseph inherited it. Subsequently, the owners of the property changed frequently. From the year 1608, the place name is as Ržykowicz and 1718 as Ržykowitz handed. The village had gone to Vlkoš.
After the abolition of patrimonial formed Řikowitz / Řykowice 1850 a municipality in the district administration Kremsier . In 1854 Peter von Chlumecký and his brothers Victor, Jan and Hugo bought the property. From 1872 the village was referred to as Rzikowitz / Řikovice and since 1881 only as Řikovice . The community has been part of the Prerau district since 1880 . The road to Vlkoš was built in 1882. The Chlumecký family sold their property in 1918 and emigrated to Austria. The castle was converted into a school in the second half of the 20th century. In 1976 the village was attached to Horní Moštěnice . The primary school in Řikovice was closed in 1978. In 1989 Řikovice formed its own municipality again. Since May 28, 1996 the municipality has had the official name Říkovice . On July 8, 1997, Říkovice was flooded by the Moštěnka flood of the century. After the flooding had largely subsided on July 12, both the Bečva and Moštěnka swelled again on July 18 , with the latter rising half a meter above the still softened dams the next day because of the backwater. After the water level dropped, the flood warning was lifted on July 22, 1997. Since 2002 the community has had a coat of arms and a banner.
No districts are shown for the municipality of Říkovice.
- Church of St. Anna, built in 1909
- Statue of St. John of Nepomuk from 1719, it was restored in 2000 and moved to its current location within the village.
- Baroque castle Říkovice with park, built in 1720 for the brothers Johann Wenzel and Wilhelm Rzikowsky von Dobrzicz. Today it serves as a kindergarten, library, youth club and gym
- Memorial to the victims of the First World War, created in 1930 on the occasion of the 80th birthday of President TG Masaryk
- Český statistický úřad - The population of the Czech municipalities as of January 1, 2019 (PDF; 7.4 MiB)