|State :||Czech Republic|
|Region :||Karlovarský kraj|
|District :||Karlovy Vary|
|Area :||1287.3879 ha|
|Geographic location :|
|Residents :||374 (Jan. 1, 2019)|
|Postal code :||362 25|
|License plate :||K|
|Mayor :||Jaroslav Kareš (as of 2007)|
362 25 Nová Role
|Location of Děpoltovice in the Karlovy Vary district|
Děpoltovice is in a protected, wooded location on the southern slope of the Vlčinec ( Wölfling , 978 m) in the valley of the Vitický potok ( Kammersgrüner Bach ) on the southern edge of the Ore Mountains in the Falkenau basin . The Dvorský vrch ( Casperberg , 573 m) rises to the west .
The municipality Děpoltovice consists of the districts Děpoltovice ( Tüppelsgrün ) and Nivy ( Spittengrün ), which also form cadastral districts.
The first documented mention of Tüppelsgrün, formerly also Diepoldsgrün or Düplesgrün, as owned by the Tepler Probsteigut Lichtenstadt , comes from the year 1273. The origin of the estate is likely to date back to the late Middle Ages, when Tüppelsgrün was given as a pawn to Count Schlick . The stately castle was built by the Schlicks in the second half of the 16th century. Count Lorenz Schlick (1495–1585) served it as a retirement home. Later an office administrator was quartered there.
In 1645 the property fell to Julius Heinrich von Sachsen-Lauenburg and was united with the Schlackenwerth rule until the beginning of the 19th century . It was offered for sale by the Imperial and Royal Court Chamber in 1819, and Friedrich Ritter von Neupauer bought it and sold it to his brother-in-law, the industrialist Jacob Veith (1758–1833). His daughter and heir Anna was married to Freiherr Heinrich Freiherrn von Kleist (1797–1876). After the abolition of patrimonial rule in 1848/49, Tüppelsgrün became part of the newly created judicial district of Karlsbad .
The parish pub Tüppelsgrün was built in 1775 on the initiative of Margravine Elisabeth Auguste von Baden . Before that, Tüppelsgrün belonged to the parish of Lichtenstadt . Voigtsgrün, with parts of Neu-Voigtsgrün, Kammersgrün , Pechöfen and part of Hohenstollen , was parish into the parish, which had been independent since 1784 .
Due to the sheltered location and the mild climate, lively agriculture was practiced here, mainly cereals. However, several residents also commuted to the large factories in Neudek . At the beginning of the 20th century, Tüppelsgrün became a popular summer retreat, to which the generous facilities of a lido contributed in particular.
After the First World War , Tüppelsgrün was added to the newly created Czechoslovakia in 1919 . After the Munich Agreement of 1938, the place became part of the German Empire and belonged to the Karlsbad district until 1945 . At the end of the Second World War , Tüppelsgrün was taken over by Czechoslovakia. The German residents were expropriated and expelled in 1945/46 .
Development of the population
- Church of St. Michael, rebuilt in 1786
- The Old Castle (Starý zámek) is now used as a guest house
- New Castle (Nový zámek), ruins
- Lorenz Schlick († 1583), Bohemian nobleman, gentleman on Tüppelsgrün
- Anna Countess von der Asseburg (1830–1905), owner of the Neudek estate with Tüppelsgrün and the Bělohrad estate
- Alois Ullmann (1888–1957), social democratic politician
- Český statistický úřad - The population of the Czech municipalities as of January 1, 2019 (PDF; 7.4 MiB)
- Anton Gnirs, Anna Gnirs, Collegium Carolinum (Munich, Germany) Conference: Topography of the historical and art-historical monuments in the district of Karlsbad (Prague 1933) . Oldenbourg, 1996, ISBN 978-3-486-56170-8 ( google.de [accessed February 29, 2020]).
- Johann Gottfried Sommer: The Kingdom of Bohemia: bd. Elbogner Kreis. 1847 . JG Calve, 1847 ( google.de [accessed February 29, 2020]).
- Historický lexikon obcí České republiky - 1869-2015. Český statistický úřad, December 18, 2015, accessed on February 16, 2016 (Czech).