Lhota u Lipníka nad Bečvou
|State :||Czech Republic|
|Region :||Olomoucký kraj|
|Area :||323 ha|
|Geographic location :|
|Residents :||320 (Jan. 1, 2019)|
|Postal code :||751 31|
|License plate :||M.|
|Street:||Bystřice pod Hostýnem - Lipník nad Bečvou|
|Mayor :||Kateřina Řiháková (as of 2011)|
751 31 Lipník nad Bečvou
Lhota is located west of the Maleník Forest in the Podbeskydská pahorkatina ( Vorbeskidenhügelland ). The village is located on the upper reaches of the Šišemka, which is also called Lhotský potok here . The Krásnice (464 m) rises to the northeast, the Maleník (479 m) to the east, the Pavelák (366 m) to the southeast and the Hana (357 m) to the west. The ruins of the Helfštýn Castle are to the north .
Neighboring towns are Tyn nad Becvou in the north, Zadní family Rybáře, Pod Křivým, Teplice nad Bečvou and Zbrašov in the Northeast, Valšovice, Na Krásné Vyhlídce, Paršovice and Rakov in the east, Dolní Nětčice , Soběchleby and Radotín in the southeast, Vidláč, Oprostovice and Bezuchov in the south, Kladníky , Větřák and Prusínky in the south-west, Hlinsko in the west and Nové Dvory and Podhůra in the north-west.
Archaeological finds prove that the municipality has been settled since the Neolithic Age . The most significant are five barrows with urns and an iron sword.
The first written mention of the place took place in 1275 in connection with Petrus de Kozarini Hloti. From 1349 the village was called Kozarzyna Lhota or Kozorzina Lhota . In 1447, Lhota was mentioned in the country table as one of the associated villages when Georg von Krawarn sold the Helfenstein estate to Wok von Sovinec . 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. Lhota was deserted as a result of this war; in 1648 only nine of the properties were still in use. In 1718 the place was called Lhotka and in 1794 Lhota Kozaržina . In 1784 Lhota was repared to Hlinsko. Until the middle of the 19th century, the village always remained subservient to Leipnik.
After the abolition of patrimonial Lhota formed from 1850 a municipality in the district administration of Mährisch Weißkirchen . In 1855 it was assigned to the Leipnik district and from 1868 again to the Mährisch Weißkirchen district. In 1876 a one-class village school was established. The volunteer fire brigade was formed in 1895. In 1900, Lhota consisted of 70 houses and had 321 residents. At the 1921 census, there were 267 people living in the community. In 1960 the municipality was assigned to the Okres Přerov. In 1976 Lhota was affiliated to the Local National Committee (MNV) Soběchleby and in 1983 it was completely incorporated into Soběchleby. Since 1990 Lhota has formed its own municipality again. It has had a coat of arms and a banner since 1993.
No districts are shown for the municipality of Lhota.
- Chapel of St. Wenceslas, in the northern part of the village, built in 1834
- Statue of hll. Cyril and Method
- Memorial stone for the fallen of the First World War, erected in 1929
- 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. 308) ( Memento of the original from March 4, 2016 in the Internet Archive ) Info: The archive link was inserted automatically and has not yet been checked. Please check the original and archive link according to the instructions and then remove this notice. (PDF; 2.2 MB)