Okres Jindřichův Hradec
|Okres Jindřichův Hradec|
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|90,653 ( January 1, 2019 )
47 inhabitants / km²
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(issued until 2001)
Okres Jindřichův Hradec (German district Neuhaus ) in Jihočeský kraj is one of the largest districts in the Czech Republic with 1,944 km² . Most of it lies in the Bohemian-Moravian Highlands . The Wittingau pan , a slightly hilly plain, is an exception . The most important rivers are the Lainsitz and the Naser . The climate is warm, but also humid due to the large bodies of water.
Around 93,000 people live in the district in 106 municipalities and 289 districts. In the 13 towns Jindřichův Hradec , České Velenice , Dačice , Deštná , kardašova řečice , Lomnice nad Lužnicí , Nová Bystřice , Nová Včelnice , Slavonice , Stráž nad Nežárkou , Strmilov , Suchdol nad Lužnicí , Trebon about half of the population lives.
There are 16,000 traders in the district; The focus is on manufacturing, the food and textile industry, wood processing, mechanical engineering and the production of office supplies. Unemployment is 5.6%.
Jindřichův Hradec is a university town. There are around 45 nature parks and the Mutenská obora and Krabonošská niva nature reserves in the district. The nature and the numerous monuments attract tourists. Every year around 140,000 people visit the region, 64,000 of them foreigners. The average length of stay is 4.5 days.
The district is rich in raw materials. Gravel, sand and peat are promoted. The many forests that make up 38% of the district are also an important supplier of raw materials. Typical for the district are the 2500 ponds from the 13th century with fish farming, which take up 6% of the district area.
- City of Jindřichův Hradec with the Jindřichův Hradec castle
- Třeboň with numerous Renaissance and Baroque houses as well as the Třeboň Castle
- Slavonice with houses from the Renaissance and Baroque periods, richly decorated with sgraffito and listed as a historical monument.
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