Oldřichov na Moravě
|State :||Czech Republic|
|Region :||Olomoucký kraj|
|Area :||94 ha|
|Geographic location :|
|Residents :||115 (Jan. 1, 2019)|
|Postal code :||751 11|
|License plate :||M.|
|Street:||Osek nad Bečvou - Sušice|
|Mayor :||Petr Vilém (as of 2011)|
751 11 Radslavice
Oldřichov is on the left side of the Bečva in the Moravian Gate . The village is located between the stream and the Libuška Bečva at the northern foot of the Podbeskydská pahorkatina ( Vorbeskidenhügelland associated) ridge Záhoří. The Přísahanec (333 m) rises to the south-east.
Neighboring towns are Rybáře, Osek nad Bečvou and Chabrov in the north, Lipník and Nové Dvory in the Northeast, Hlinsko in the east, Kudlov, Kladníky , Šišma and Prusínky the southeast, Sušice in the south, Radslavice , Grymov and Prosenice in the southwest, Proseničky , Buk and Podolší Mlýn in the west and Radvanice , Haltýře and Hliníky in the north-west.
The village was created on April 21, 1787 in the course of raabization by the Tršice rule in the corridors of the Sušice farm . Each of the 16 farmers was allocated 24 bushels of land (4.8 hectares). The new village was named after the notary of the Olomouc chapter , Karl Ulrich, as Ulrychowitz or Ulrychovice . When the cadastre was formed, Ulrychowitz was assigned to the Sušice cadastre in 1817. Until the middle of the 19th century Ulrychowitz always remained submissive to Tršice.
After the abolition of patrimonial Ulrichov / Ulrichowitz formed from 1850 a district of the Sušice municipality in the Kremsier district administration . In 1869 the village had 105 inhabitants, in 1880 there were 121. On May 1, 1874, a large fire destroyed most of the houses in the village. The village has belonged to the Prerau district since 1880 . At Rybáře a wooden bridge was built over the Bečva in 1900, previously a ford ran through the river northwest of Ulrichov and a ferry at Rybáře. Between 1903 and 1905, regulation work was carried out on the Bečva. In 1910 there were 142 people living in Ulrichov . The road to Osek was built in 1910 and the road to Sušice in 1920 and 1921. Since 1920 the place has been called Oldřichov . In the early morning of May 8, 1945 the Wehrmacht sawed off the Bečva Bridge, and in the afternoon the Red Army took the place. In 1957 Oldřichov broke away from Sušice and formed its own community. Together with Sušice and Grymov , Oldřichov was incorporated into Radslavice in 1974 . The Oldřichov community has existed again since 1990. During the flood of July 7, 1997, 27 houses in the village were flooded by the Bečva and Libuška rivers, causing severe damage to the chapel, the cultural center and the village shop. Oldřichov today consists of 32 houses. Ethnographically the village belongs to Hanna .
No districts are shown for the Oldřichov community. The Rybáře settlement belongs to Oldřichov.
- Chapel of St. Philip and James in the village square, it was built between 1899 and 1900 in place of a wooden bell tower. It was consecrated on May 1, 1902.
- Cross in front of the chapel, erected in 1901
- Statue of the Virgin Mary from Svatý Hostýn , on the road to Osek, it was created in 1935
- Statue of St. Joseph with the baby Jesus, on the road to Sušice. It used to be in Osek and was moved to its current location around 1960.
- Memorial stone for the fallen of both world wars
- Český statistický úřad - The population of the Czech municipalities as of January 1, 2019 (PDF; 7.4 MiB)