Březina (Nové Sady)

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Březina (Nové Sady) (Czech Republic)
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Basic data
State : Czech RepublicCzech Republic Czech Republic
Region : Jihomoravský kraj
District : Vyškov
Municipality : Nové Sady
Geographic location : 49 ° 25 '  N , 16 ° 54'  E Coordinates: 49 ° 24 '39 "  N , 16 ° 54' 24"  E
Height: 570  m nm
Residents : 39 (March 1, 2001)
Postal code : 683 08
License plate : B.
Street: Otinoves - Březina

Březina (German Birkicht , also Brzezina ) is a district of the municipality Nové Sady in the Czech Republic . It is located 17 kilometers northwest of Vyškov and belongs to the Okres Vyškov .


Březina is located on the plateau of the Drahaner Bergland in the basin of the creek Pulkava or Hraniční potok. The Zelený Kopec (540 m) rises to the east and the Brda (567 m) to the south. To the north lies the medieval desert Valdov. To the west lies the Velká Haná valley. In the north, east and south Březina borders on the military training area Březina , which is named after the village.

Neighboring towns are Drahany in the north, Hamry, Žárovice and Krumsín in the north-east, Prostějovičky , Myslejovice and Kobylničky in the east, Podivice and Ferdinandsko in the south-east, Rychtářov in the south, Studnice and Odrůvky in the south-west, Nové Sady in the west and Jandova bouuč in the south-east Rozstání in the southwest, Baldovec in the west and Otinoves in the northwest.


Březina was around 1765 as Dominikalsiedlung on a cleared area in the forests of the rule Wischau as lines village applied.

After the abolition of patrimonial Březina formed from 1850 a district of the municipality Nebštych / Nebstich with the district Březina in the district administration Wischau. In 1873 a one-class village school was inaugurated in Nebštych, prior to teaching in Drahan . On July 7, 1892, a great fire broke out, which left Nebštych and Březina in ruins. In 1895, two-class instruction was started in Nebštych. During the German occupation in 1940, the decision was made to expand the Wischau firing range into a large military training area for the Wehrmacht . Birkicht was one of the 33 villages to be evacuated for the construction of the Wischau military training area in the third stage to be completed by October 30, 1943. At that time 204 people lived in the 38 houses of Birkicht. After the end of the Second World War, the community was repopulated. Some of the displaced people returned after the end of the war, but most of the houses were damaged by the exercises. On May 1, 1951, the Březina military training area was built, and the forests around the village, after which the military training area was named, were assigned to the military area. In 1991 Březina was inhabited by 53 people. In the 2001 census, only 39 people were counted in the village's 33 residential buildings.


  • Remains of the Starý Plumlov castle, northeast of the village on the military training area
  • Natural monument Údolí Velké Hané, west of the village