Malé Březno

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Malé Březno
Coat of arms of Malé Březno
Malé Březno (Czech Republic)
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Basic data
State : Czech RepublicCzech Republic Czech Republic
Region : Ústecký kraj
District : Must
Area : 1909 ha
Geographic location : 50 ° 28 '  N , 13 ° 34'  E Coordinates: 50 ° 27 '45 "  N , 13 ° 33' 37"  E
Height: 246  m nm
Residents : 211 (Jan. 1, 2019)
License plate : U
Status: local community
Districts: 2
Mayor : František Štrébl (as of 2019)
Address: Malé Březno 1
434 01 Most
Municipality number: 567299
Website :
Location of Malé Březno in the Most district

Malé Březno (German Kleinpriesen ) is a municipality in Okres Most in the Czech Republic .


The village was first mentioned in 1334 as "Březen" and "Březový les"; his church belonged to the Saatzer deanery. After a few changes of ownership, the estate, which belonged to Johann Freiherr von Findelstein until 1644, was sold to the Lords of Eisenstein (Prince of Lobkowicz ) after his death in 1672 . From the middle of the 19th century, the place formed a municipality in the judicial district of Görkau or in the district of Komotau . The village lies on the Lumpenbach river, over which an iron bridge was built in 1897.

In 1887 Kleinpriesen received a railway connection through the Potscherad – Wurzmes local railway.


  • The late Gothic church of St. Johannes Evangelist (Johann von der Pforte) dates from 1334. After major damage during the Thirty Years War , the church was consecrated in 1644.
  • Double statue of St. Johannes von Nepomuk on the village square, moved from Ervěnice (Seestadtl)
  • Statue of St. Johannes von Nepomuk on the village square, by Johann Adam Dietz
  • Statue of St. Florian at the church, moved from Jezeří (Eisenberg), by Johann Adam Dietz
  • Chapel in Oberpriesen (Vysoké Březno)
  • Double statue of Mary and Jesus next to the chapel in Oberpriesen (Vysoké Březno)
  • Stone cross by the road in Oberpriesen (Vysoké Březno)

Community structure

The municipality Malé Březno consists of the districts Malé Březno (Kleinpriesen) and Vysoké Březno (Oberpriesen) . Basic settlement units are Bylany (Püllna) , Holešice (Holschitz) , Malé Březno and Vysoké Březno. The municipality is divided into the cadastral districts of Bylany u Mostu, Holešice and Malé Březno. In addition, there is the extinct village of Vršany (Würschen) in the municipality .


  • 800 let Malého Března. published by MNV Malé Březno, 1988

Web links

Commons : Malé Březno  - collection of images, videos and audio files

Individual evidence

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