Březina u Tišnova
|State :||Czech Republic|
|Region :||Jihomoravský kraj|
|Area :||319 ha|
|Geographic location :|
|Residents :||323 (Jan. 1, 2019)|
|Postal code :||666 01|
|License plate :||B.|
|Street:||Deblín - Hradčany|
|Mayor :||Metoděj Pánek (as of 2009)|
666 01 Tišnov
Březina is located on the right bank of the Svratka above the confluence of the Lubě in the Boskowitz furrow . To the east rises the Sokolí (398 m), in the southeast the second peak of the Sokolí (419 m), south the Horka (333 m), in the southwest the Strážná (393 m) and west of the Bačkovec (419 m).
Neighboring towns are Tišnov in the north, Hradčany in the north-east, Sentice in the south-east, Šárka and Heroltice in the south, Pejškov in the south-west, Vohančice in the west and Žernůvka , Závist and Předklášteří in the north-west.
Březina was first mentioned in writing in 1234, when Margrave Přemysl of Moravia donated the village to the newly built Porta Coeli monastery. The monastic land register from 1539 shows twelve farmsteads and two residents for Březina. Later, the number of Kötner grew in particular. Until the secularization of the monastery in 1782, Březina always remained subject to the Cistercian monastery. After that, the village fell to the religious fund , which sold the Porta Coeli rule to Wilhelm von Mundy in 1799 . He was followed in 1821 by the Baron von Wittinghof.
After the abolition of patrimonial Březina formed from 1850 a municipality in the Brno district and judicial district Tischnowitz . Since 1896 the community belonged to the newly formed district of Tischnowitz. Until 1922, the historical layout of the village had changed little. At that time there were farms around the village square, arranged in two rows, and to the west and south-west the mill and the cottages that had sprung up over the years followed. During the 20th century, Březina was expanded to the northeast, but the historical center remained largely unchanged. After the dissolution of the Okres Tišnov, the municipality came to the Okres Brno-venkov at the beginning of 1961 . Between 1986 and 1990 Březina was incorporated into Tišnov. The village after Tišnov is parish.
No districts are shown for the municipality of Březina.
- Chapel of St. Wenceslaus