Lučina u Frýdku-Místku
|State :||Czech Republic|
|Region :||Moravskoslezský kraj|
|Area :||744 ha|
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|Residents :||1,400 (Jan. 1, 2019)|
|Postal code :||739 39|
|License plate :||T|
|Street:||Havířov - Pazderna|
|Mayor :||Jaroslav Votýpka (as of 2008)|
739 39 Lučina
Neighboring towns are Žermanice in the north, Soběšovice in the north-east, Volovec and Dolní Domaslavice in the east, Vidíkov in the south-east, Kocurovice and Horní Domaslavice in the south, Pazderna in the south-west, Bruzovice in the west and Velicesta and Špluchov in the north-west.
Starting in 1951, a dam was built on the Lučina to supply industrial water to the industrial region of Ostrava . The inhabitants of the villages Dolní Soběšovice, Dolní Domaslavice, Horní Soběšovice and Kocurovice, which were completely or partly in the reservoir , were resettled in 1955. For this purpose, in 1954, a residential area consisting of 45 semi-detached houses was created for the construction workers and some residents, which was expanded in the following years. On January 8, 1956, after the dissolution of the municipalities Dolní Domaslavice and Soběšovice, the municipality Lučina with 1250 inhabitants was established. By the 1960s the number of houses grew to 228.
The municipality's infrastructure is geared towards tourism, with campsites, hotels and holiday homes.
No districts are shown for the municipality of Lučina. The settlements Kocurovice ( Kotzurowitz ) and Frančesky belong to Lučina .
- Reservoir Žermanice
- Chapel in Kocurovice