|State :||Czech Republic|
|Region :||Ústecký kraj|
|Area :||384 ha|
|Geographic location :|
|Residents :||164 (Jan. 1, 2019)|
|Postal code :||412 01|
|License plate :||U|
|Street:||Ploskovice - homole|
|Mayor :||Zdeněk Dvořák (as of 2007)|
412 01 Litoměřice 1
Chudoslavice (German Kuteslawitz , also Kutteslawitz ) is a municipality in the Czech Republic. It is located seven kilometers northeast of Litoměřice in the Bohemian Central Mountains and belongs to the Okres Litoměřice .
The village is located at the southern foot of the Trojhora (451 m) on Chudoslavický potok. To the west rises the mountain range of Dlouhý vrch (655 m), Panenský Kamen (607 m) and Křížova hora (590 m).
Neighboring towns are Všeradiště and Řepčice in the north, Třebušín in the northeast, Vinné and Leopoldův Mlýn in the east, Těchobuzice in the southeast, Myštice and Ploskovický Dvůr in the south, Pohořany in the southwest and Staňkovice and Redlichův Mlýn in the northwest.
A single homestead is said to have stood on the site of the village since the 12th century. The first written reports about the village date back to 1545. The district of Myštice, which can be traced back to 1255, is older. With short interruptions, both places belonged to the Ploskowitz rule until the patrimonial rule was abolished .
Kuteslawitz was a farming village in whose corridors mainly fruit and hops flourished. A basalt quarry was operated at the upper end of the town. In 1880 there were around 200 inhabitants in the village, most of whom were Germans. At the beginning of the 20th century there was a slight decrease in population.
After the Second World War and the expulsion of the German residents, the population halved. Many of the vacant log houses fell into disrepair or were vandalized and then demolished. The baroque chapel on the village square was also demolished.
The municipality Chudoslavice consists of the districts Chudoslavice ( Kuteslawitz ) and Myštice ( Michzen ). The Redlichův Mlýn ( Redlich's Mill ) single-layer also belongs to Chudoslavice .
- timbered buildings of Redlichův Mlýn
- Forest house on Trojhora
- individual log houses that have been preserved