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Máslovice coat of arms
Máslovice (Czech Republic)
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Basic data
State : Czech RepublicCzech Republic Czech Republic
Region : Středočeský kraj
District : Praha-východ
Area : 310 hectares
Geographic location : 50 ° 13 '  N , 14 ° 22'  E Coordinates: 50 ° 12 '41 "  N , 14 ° 22' 28"  E
Height: 265  m nm
Residents : 368 (Jan 1, 2019)
Postal code : 250 69
License plate : S.
Street: Vodochody - Kralupy nad Vltavou
Next international airport : Prague airport
Status: local community
Districts: 1
Mayor : Vladimíra Sýkorová (as of 2008)
Address: Pražská 18
250 69 Vodochody
Municipality number: 538469
Website : www.maslovice.cz
Location of Máslovice in the Praha-východ district

Máslovice (German Maslowitz ) is a municipality in the Czech Republic . It is located six kilometers southeast of Kralupy nad Vltavou or 18 kilometers north of the city center of Prague and belongs to the Okres Praha-východ .


Local map

Máslovice is located on the right side of the Vltava on the Bohemian Table above the valley of the Máslovický potok. To the northeast of the village is the airfield and the site of the military aircraft manufacturer Aero Vodochody . Across from the remains of the Liběhrad Castle, a car ferry leads from Dol to Libčice nad Vltavou .

Neighboring towns are Zlončice and Postřižín in the north, Odolena Voda and Dolínek in the northeast, Vodochody in the east, Drasty in the southeast, Větrušice in the south, Dol and Libčice nad Vltavou in the southwest, Holubice in the west and Debrno, Dolany and Dolánky in the northwest.


The first written mention of the village was made in 1052 in the founding deed of the Stará Boleslav monastery by Břetislav I. In 1298 the owner of the place, Vojtěch von Poděhus, Máslovice donated the altar of St. Vitus at Prague Castle . During the Hussite Wars , the village came to secular owners and was then returned to the Prague Cathedral Chapter. In the berní rula from 1654, the manorial farm and four farms are shown for Máslovice. In 1706 the village was sold to Karl Josef Voračický of Paběnice, who attached it to his estates in Chvatěruby . At the end of the 18th century, Máslovice consisted of 15 houses. In the 19th century Matthias Friedrich bought Baron von Riese-Stallburg on Panenské Břežany Chvatěruby with all accessories.

After the abolition of patrimonial Máslovice formed a municipality in the Karlín district from 1850. The settlement of factories in neighboring Libčice after the construction of the railway from Prague to Dresden during this time led to the growth of the village of Máslovice in the second half of the 19th century. From 1928 the municipality belonged to the Praha-venkov district. In 1935 a waterworks with a water tower was built to remedy the water shortage in the village. In 1946 the community came to Okres Praha-sever and since 1961 it has belonged to Okres Praha-východ. Máslovice has a butter churn in its coat of arms .

Community structure

No districts are shown for the municipality of Máslovice. The Dol settlement belongs to Máslovice.


  • Butter Museum, opened in 1997
  • Educational trail
  • Nature reserve Máslovická stráň in the rock valley of the Máslovický potok with an area of ​​27 hectares, south of the village
  • Nature reserve Hlaváčková stráň on the Vltava, west of the village
  • Institute for Bee Research in Dol


The politician Julius Grégr acquired the Máslovice mill in Dol in 1893 and used it as a summer residence until his death.

Web links

Commons : Máslovice  - collection of pictures, videos and audio files

Individual evidence

  1. Český statistický úřad - The population of the Czech municipalities as of January 1, 2019 (PDF; 7.4 MiB)