|State :||Czech Republic|
|Region :||Olomoucký kraj|
|Area :||719 ha|
|Geographic location :|
|Residents :||748 (Jan. 1, 2019)|
|Postal code :||751 01|
|License plate :||M.|
|Street:||Tovačov - Lobodice|
|Railway connection:||Kojetín – Tovačov|
|Mayor :||Stanislav Hlavinka (status: 2011)|
751 01 Tovačov
Lobodice lies on the right side of the March at the confluence of the Blata in the Hornomoravský úval ( Upper Moravian Basin ). To the north is the Náklo pond on the Blata. The dredging lake area of Tovačovská jezera with the five lakes Troubecké jezero, jezero sever, Donbas, Annínské jezero and Skašovské jezero jih extends to the northeast at the mouth of the Bečva . The alluvial forests east of Lobodice between the mouths of the Bečva and Blata rivers are protected as the Zástudánčí National Nature Reserve. The Valová flows to the March south of the village . The Singulární les forest extends to the southeast. Lobodice is located on the railway line between Kroměříž and Tovačov , on which passenger traffic was discontinued in the Kojetín - Tovačov section .
Neighboring towns are Cvrčov, Annín and Tovačov in the north, Troubky and Zábečvisko in the Northeast, Včelínek, Plučisko, Bochoř , Věžky and Vlkoš the east, Záříčí and Chropyně in the southeast, Uhřičice in the south, Chrbov, Měrovice nad Hanou , Hruška and Tvorovice in the southwest, Polkovice , Obědkovice , Klenovice na Hané and Arnoštov in the west and Oplocany in the north-west.
The first written mention of the village Lobodici was made in 1131 in the property register of the Diocese of Olomouc . There is evidence of a mill since 1318. From 1320 the village was called Lobodicz , from 1353 as Lobaticz , from 1358 as Lobotitz , from 1464 as Lobotice and from 1490 as Lobodice . Ctibor II. Tovačovský from Cimburg on Tovačov acquired Lobodice at the end of the 15th century as an episcopal fief. The Lobodice feudal estate remained connected with the Tovačov estate until 1704. After the men of Cimburg that Dissolve 1,503 to 1,567 Lords of Pernstein , after Juan Manrique de Lara , 1591-1597 whose son Jan of Pernštejn the counts, then Stephan Illesházy and from 1600 for over a hundred years Salm-Neuburg as owner from . The registers were kept in Tovačov from 1688 and in Lobodice from 1771. The oldest local seal dates from 1693. In 1704 the diocese moved in the Lehn Lobodice and made it subject to the episcopal rule of Kremsier . Other forms of the name were Lobodicium and Lobotitium (1771) and Loboditz (1793). In the course of the Josephian reforms , the episcopal property administration had the manorial court parceled out in 1790. Until the middle of the 19th century, Lobodice always remained subordinate to Kremsier.
After the abolition of patrimonial Lobodice / Loboditz formed with the settlements Chrbov and Cvrčov from 1850 a municipality in the district administration Kremsier. In 1855 the community was assigned to the Prerau district and again in 1868 to the Kremsier district. Since 1877 the village belongs to the Okres Přerov. Cvrčov was reassigned to Tovačov in 1910. In 1949 the community was assigned to Okres Kojetín, after its abolition it came back to Okres Přerov in 1960. Since 1966 Cvrčov has belonged to Lobodice again. Ethnographically, the community belongs to Hanna .
The municipality of Lobodice consists of the districts Chrbov ( Cherbow , 1940-1945 Chrbau ), Cvrčov ( Czwerczow , 1939-1945 Grillenhof ) and Lobodice ( Lobotitz )
- Church of the Virgin Mary from 1771, the sacristy was added later
- Statue of St. John of Nepomuk, created 1715
- Hannakisches Vorlaubenhaus from the end of the 18th century
- Stone cross
- Zástudánčí National Nature Reserve, alluvial forest on the unregulated section of the River Match between the mouths of the Bečva and Blata, an important breeding ground for birds
Sons and daughters of the church
- Josef Rupert Maria Přecechtěl (1821–1891), clergyman, draftsman, writer and national awakening
- 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. 326) ( Memento of the original from March 4, 2016 in the Internet Archive ) Info: The archive link has been 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)