|State :||Czech Republic|
|Region :||Olomoucký kraj|
|Area :||396 ha|
|Geographic location :|
|Residents :||195 (Jan 1, 2019)|
|Postal code :||751 14|
|License plate :||M.|
|Street:||Radslavice - Oprostovice|
|Mayor :||Jan Svoboda (as of 2011)|
753 54 Soběchleby
Bezuchov is located on the Záhoří ridge in the Podbeskydská pahorkatina ( pre-Beskid hills ). The village is located on the Kopec hill on the right side above the valley of the Oprostovický creek. To the north rises the Kopec (319 m), in the northeast of the Dubanec (310 m) and southeast of the Kleštěnec (287 m).
Neighboring towns are Kladníky in the north, Oprostovice in the northeast, Símře in the east, Žákovice and Lhotsko in the southeast, Radkova Lhota , Radkovy and Dřevohostice in the south, Nahošovice and Hradčany in the southwest, Šišma in the west and Kudlov in the northwest.
Archaeological finds show that the municipality has been settled since the Stone Age . At the end of the 19th century, an early burial mound was discovered in the forest near Bezuchov.
Bezuchov was first mentioned in writing in 1348 in the Olomouc land table . In the following year Anna and Pešek were named by Bělotín as owners. The round was protected by three gates: Stará brána, Nová brána and Zábraní. It was not until the middle of the 16th century that Bezuchov became an independent country estate that was divided among various Vladiken families. Until then, 17 different owners of the village can be identified.
After the abolition of patrimonial Bezuchov / Visitingow formed from 1850 a community in the district authority Holleschau . After the Okres Holešov was abolished, the municipality was assigned to the Okres Přerov in 1960. Bezuchov has had a coat of arms and a banner since 1996. In 1998, 2000 and 2005 Bezuchov successfully took part in the nationwide competition “Village of the Year” and was awarded the Green and White Ribbon respectively. Ethnographically the village belongs to Hanna .
No districts are shown for the municipality of Bezuchov. Bezuchov includes the single-layer Lhotsko ( Lhottskahof ).
- Lhotsko Castle, built in the first half of the 19th century as the summer residence of the Laudon counts. In 1911 it was rebuilt in the neoclassical style. Today it serves as a retirement home.
- Chapel of St. Florian, built in 1895
- Two sandstone crosses, the older of which is from 1752
- a granite cross
- The co-author of the Kralitz Bible , Bishop Pavel Jessen († 1594) lived in the village for a short time.