|State :||Czech Republic|
|Region :||Ústecký kraj|
|Area :||638.3604 ha|
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|Residents :||203 (Jan. 1, 2019)|
|Postal code :||434 01|
|License plate :||U|
|Mayor :||Dimitrij Sklenka (as of 2013)|
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|Location of Korozluky in the Most district|
The village was first mentioned in 1325 when it was transferred to the possession of Peter von Kolosoruk. In 1410 the place became part of the Osek Monastery . In 1576 the von Hartitzsch gentlemen acquired the estate and connected it with Maltheuer . After the Battle of the White Mountain , the estate was confiscated in 1623 because the Lords of Hartitzsch were Protestants. From 1688 the estate belonged to the Barons Reysky von Dubnitz. In 1775 they had a late baroque castle built on the south side of Jánský vrch. Due to the over-indebtedness of Franz Wenzel Reysky von Dubnitz, the property was foreclosed at the beginning of the 19th century. The new owner, the citizen of Laun, Wenzel Benischko von Dobroslav, had the castle rebuilt in the classical style around 1806. In 1848 the brewery owners Alex and Josef Fleischer bought the estate. From 1887 it belonged to the Richter family who built the chapel of St. Joseph in the palace gardens. A large part of the population worked in the nearby Brüx . In 1945 the estate was confiscated from the property of the Richter family. The castle fell into disrepair in the second half of the 20th century.
The municipality of Korozluky consists of the districts Korozluky (Kolosoruk) and Sedlec (Sedlitz) . The municipality is divided into the cadastral districts of Korozluky and Sedlec u Obrnic.
- Chapel of Saint Joseph
- Korozluky Castle
- The Jánský vrch , a national natural monument, is located in the municipality . In addition to eleven different protected plants, rare minerals can also be found here.