|State :||Czech Republic|
|Region :||Jihomoravský kraj|
|Area :||1029 ha|
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|Residents :||808 (Jan. 1, 2019)|
|Postal code :||678 01 - 679 22|
|License plate :||B.|
|Street:||Lipůvka - Blansko|
|Mayor :||Radek Kloz (as of 2018)|
679 22 Lipůvka
Šebrov-Kateřina is located in the western part of the Drahan Mountains in the valley of the Šebrovka brook. The Bukovec (596 m) and the Březi (433 m) rise to the north, the Veselý kopeček (514 m) to the southeast, the Homole (443 m) to the south, the Babí lom (562 m), Spálená skála and Maňová ( 433 m) and northwest of Dubový Kopec (533 m). The Svitava valley lies to the east .
Neighboring towns are Hořice in the north, Blansko and Olešná in the north-east, Olomučany in the east, Josefov, Huť Františka and Adamov in the south-east, Vranov , U Jelínka, Lelekovice and Podlesí in the south, Kuřim in the south-west, Svinošice in the west and Milonice and Závist in the north-west.
Shebraw was first mentioned in a document in 1364. The village was probably founded by Šebor von Rájec on Lelekovice . To the east of the village was the settlement of Paseka . In 1469 the Church of St. Catherine.
After the abolition of patrimonial Šebrov formed with the district Svatá Kateřina from 1850 a municipality in the district administration Boskovice . In 1868 the two places separated into the municipalities of Šebrov and Svatá Kateřina. In 1950 both communities were assigned to the Okres Blansko . At the beginning of 1961 the union of Šebrov and Svatá Kateřina took place to a municipality Šebrov-Kateřina. The parish is parish after Vranov .
The community Šebrov-Kateřina consists of the districts Šebrov ( Schebrow ) and Svatá Kateřina ( St. Kathrein ), which also form cadastral districts.
- Gothic pilgrimage church of St. Katharina, on a rocky plateau above Svatá Kateřina, was built in 1469 instead of a wooden chapel
- Chapel in Šebrov
- Remains of the Starý hrad castle, east over the Svitava, the castle, verifiable since 1371, fell into desolation during the Bohemian-Hungarian War after 1470
- Hungarian fortifications below Starý hrad above the Svitava, built around 1470
- Nový hrad Castle , east over the Svitava, was built in the 1470s and burned down by the Swedes in the Thirty Years War in 1645. From 1655 it was partially rebuilt. It has belonged to the ČSOP since 1990.