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Kostomlátky (Czech Republic)
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Basic data
State : Czech RepublicCzech Republic Czech Republic
Region : Středočeský kraj
District : Nymburk
Area : 574 ha
Geographic location : 50 ° 10 ′  N , 14 ° 59 ′  E Coordinates: 50 ° 10 ′ 28 "  N , 14 ° 59 ′ 11"  E
Height: 182  m nm
Residents : 313 (Jan. 1, 2019)
Postal code : 289 21-540 23
License plate : S.
Street: Nymburk - Kostomlaty nad Labem
Status: local community
Districts: 2
Mayor : Miroslava Hlavičková (as of 2008)
Address: 9. května 32
289 21 Kostomlaty nad Labem
Municipality number: 529630
Website : www.kostomlatky.cz

Kostomlátky (German Klein Kostomlat , older also Klein Kostenblatt ) is a municipality in the Czech Republic . It is located five kilometers west of Nymburk and belongs to the Okres Nymburk .


Kostomlátky is located on the right bank of the Elbe opposite the confluence of the Výrovka . To the west is a quarry pond created by sand mining. The Zadní čtvrť (195 m) ridge rises to the north.

Neighboring towns are Čilec in the north, Kamenné Zboží in the northeast, Drahelice and Komárno in the east, Písty in the southeast, Sadská in the south, Doubrava in the west and Kostomlaty nad Labem in the northwest.


The first written mention of Kostomlátky took place in 1495, when Vladislav II. The castle Mydlovar at the High Chancellor John of Schellenberg pledged. In 1500 the residents were given the privilege to manage their property freely. After the urban uprising of 1547, Ferdinand I confiscated the Kostomlat estate and sold it to the Lysá nad Labem estate . In 1553 the village consisted of 18 properties.

Kostomlátky remained part of Lysá until the abolition of patrimonial rule. Owners were u. a. Johann von Sporck and from 1679 his son Franz Anton von Sporck . He sold Kostomlat in 1722 initially to Josef Czernin von Chudenitz , but later bought it back from the overindebted Czernin. In 1787 299 people lived in the village.

From 1850 Malé Kostomlaty formed with the district Doubrava a political municipality in the Poděbrady district . In 1920 Doubrava broke away and formed its own community. In 1933 the river Elbe was straightened and the lock at Kostomlátky was built, and the meanders at Písty and Doubrava were also thrown off. In 1936 the Výrovka , which until then flowed into the Elbe bend in Písty, received a new bed and its mouth was moved downstream under the Kostomlátky lock. Since 1934 the community belongs to Okres Nymburk. Between 1980 and 1992 Kostomlátky was incorporated into Kostomlaty nad Labem , since the beginning of 1993 the community has existed again.

Community structure

The municipality Kostomlátky consists of the districts Doubrava ( Doubrawa , also Franziszidorf ) and Kostomlátky ( Klein Kostomlat ).


  • Barrage of the Elbe
  • Chapel in Doubrava
  • Chapel with a turret, built in 1896

Individual evidence

  1. Český statistický úřad - The population of the Czech municipalities as of January 1, 2019 (PDF; 7.4 MiB)
  2. http://www.archive.org/stream/socialgeschichte02lippuoft/socialgeschichte02lippuoft_djvu.txt