Hlinsko u Lipníka nad Bečvou
|State :||Czech Republic|
|Region :||Olomoucký kraj|
|Area :||501 ha|
|Geographic location :|
|Residents :||239 (Jan. 1, 2019)|
|Postal code :||751 31|
|License plate :||M.|
|Street:||Lipník nad Bečvou - Kladníky|
|Mayor :||David Linhart (as of 2019)|
751 31 Lipník nad Bečvou
Hlinsko is located to the west of the Maleník Forest above the Moravian Gate in the Podbeskydská pahorkatina ( Vorbeskid Hills ). The village lies on the upper reaches of the Libuška brook. The Hana (357 m) rises to the east and the Přísahanec (333 m) in the southwest. The ruins of the Helfštýn Castle are to the northeast .
Neighboring towns are Nové Dvory, Závodí and Lipník in the north, Podhůra and Týn nad Bečvou in the Northeast, Lhota and Vidláč the east, Vetrák, Kladníky and Oprostovice the southeast, Bezuchov and Šišma in the south, Prusínky, Pavlovice u Přerova and Sušice in the southwest , Kudlov and Oldřichov in the west and Rybáře, Osek nad Bečvou and Chabrov in the northwest.
Archaeological finds prove an early settlement of the community area. On the foothills of Nad Zbružovým north of the village was in the 3rd millennium BC. A fortress of the Stone Age funnel cup and Baden culture .
The first written mention of the place took place in 1304 in connection with Pardus de Hlinsko. In 1348 the village was called Hlinska . In 1447, Hlinsko was named as one of the associated villages in the country table when Georg von Krawarn sold the Helfenstein estate to Wok von Sovinec . In 1452 the place was called Hlinště . In 1474 Wilhelm II of Pernstein acquired the rule from Albrecht von Postupitz . After the death of Wilhelm's son Johann , the rule fell to his sons, who had to sell Helfenstein in 1554 because of their overindebtedness for 30,000 shock Czech groschen to Půta Rokytský von Ludanitz. The Moravian highland judge Georg von Würben and Freudenthal had a stately bath with a sour well built in Hlinsko in 1609. The registers were kept in Lipník nad Bečvou since 1623. During the Thirty Years' War, the Helfenstein rule fell to the Dietrichsteiners , who made Leipnik the seat of the rule. The oldest local seal dates from 1752; it shows a man in a vat holding a winemaker's knife and bears the inscription HLINSKO . In 1784 the parish of Hlinsko was established. In 1796 the lordship sold the baths, and half a century later the baths were closed. Until the middle of the 19th century, the village always remained subservient to Leipnik.
After the abolition of patrimonial Hlinsko formed from 1850 a community in the district administration Mährisch Weißkirchen . In 1855 it was assigned to the Leipnik district and from 1868 again to the Mährisch Weißkirchen district. In 1932 the village was electrified. During the German occupation , the village was given the German name Leimgruben . In 1960 the municipality was assigned to the Okres Přerov. In 1976 Hlinsko was affiliated to the Local National Committee (MNV) Soběchleby and in 1983 it was completely incorporated into Soběchleby. Since 1991 Hlinsko has again formed its own municipality.
No districts are shown for the municipality of Hlinsko.
- Parish Church of St. Bartholomäus, built in the years 1885–1886 in place of a previous Gothic building
- Český statistický úřad - The population of the Czech municipalities as of January 1, 2019 (PDF; 7.4 MiB)
- Místopisný rejstřík obcí českého Slezska a severní Moravy (p. 163–164) ( Memento from March 4, 2016 in the Internet Archive ) (PDF; 2.2 MB)