|State :||Czech Republic|
|Region :||Olomoucký kraj|
|Area :||253 ha|
|Geographic location :|
|Residents :||149 (Jan. 1, 2019)|
|Postal code :||751 14|
|License plate :||Z|
|Street:||Dřevohostice - Teplice nad Bečvou|
|Mayor :||Marek Foukal (as of 2011)|
751 14 Dřevohostice
Radkovy extends to the left of the Moštěnka in the side valley of the Potůček brook. In the north rises the Kleštěnec (287 m), southeast the Kroušovy (317 m) and the Nad Rampliskem (305 m), in the southwest the Šiškovec, west the Zajíček (305 m) and in the northwest the Jezírka (285 m). Half a kilometer west of the village, the Dolnonětčický creek flows into the Moštěnka.
Neighboring towns are Bezuchov in the north, Radkova Lhota and Blazice in the northeast, Sovadina in the east, Bažantnice, Bystřice pod Hostýnem and Rychlov in the southeast, Křtomil and Lipová in the south, Dřevohostice in the southwest, Nahošovice in the west and Hradčany and Šišma in the northwest.
It is believed that Radkovy was built from Dřevohostice in the 12th or 13th century. The street village, consisting of two rows of houses, was protected at both exits with gates that were locked at night. Probably in the middle of the 14th century, a new settlement was founded from Radkovy northeast of the village - Radkova Lhota.
The first written mention of the place took place in 1371 when Jeník von Dobrotice sold Radkow together with Bořenovice to Matouš von Sternberg auf Lukov . The prescription of a morning gift of 250 Scherf from his shares from Drahotuše, Milenov and Radkov by Jindřich von Drahotuš to his wife Eva from 1358, however, concerns Radíkov, which was previously regarded as the first mention . In 1373, Matouš's sons Zdeněk and Jan Ješek von Sternberg Radkow and their share of 3¼ Huben in Lipová sold to Ctibor von Cimburg , who initially added the goods to his rule Dřevohostice and in 1374 left them to his wife Margarethe von Sternberg as a morning gift. In 1398 the widow transferred both estates to her son Předbor von Cimburg on Dřevohostice. In 1412 there was mention of a manorial mill in Radkov.
In 1415 there is evidence of a Radkov family of Vladiken for the first time . Ofka von Radkov received a morning gift in Radkov and Staněk von Radkov owned a share of Měsíčná Lhota at the same time. Little is known about this family. It is believed that there was a fortress in the Zámčiska corridor , which was the seat of the Vladiks and which went out during the Hussite Wars . In the village of Radkov, which belonged entirely to the Dřevohostice domain, the Vladiken did not own any goods. According to Jiří von Radkov and his wife Barbara von Chýlec, who owned half of the Chýlec farm in 1502, there is no trace of the family.
During the Hussite Wars, in which the Lords of Cimburg fought on the side of the insurgents, Radkov fell desolate. In 1447 Johann von Cimburg left the fortress, the farm and the town of Dřevohostice, the farm and the village of Turovice , the desert village of Radkov and half of the village of Lipová to Ulrich Stosch von Branitz ( Oldřich Stoš z Bránic ). In 1480 Ulrich Stosch von Kaunitz ( Oldřich Stoš z Kouníc ) signed the fortress and the town of Dřevohostice with the associated villages Turovice and Lhotka , half of Lipová and the desert villages Radkov and Karlov to the brothers Johann, Bernhard, Wenzel and Heinrich von Zierotin . These let Radkov repopulate a little later. In 1516, a common tax register was kept for Radkov and Lhota Radkova, which contains 28 subjects and a desolate body. The place name Radkovy can be traced back to 1522 . In 1566 Friedrich d. J. von Zierotin transferred the entire rule to Hynek Pawlowsky von Widbach ( Pavlovský z Vidbachu ). He was followed by his son Johann and after his death the brothers Johann and Wilhelm Waneczky von Gemniczky ( Vanecký z Jemničky ). In the 1590s, Charles the Elder of Zerotein acquired the Dřevohostice estate. He sold them in 1617 with the associated villages of Turovice, Nahošovice, Hradčany, Šišma, Pavlovice , Prusínky, Kladníky , Bezuchov, Oprostovice , Žákovice , Mrlínek , Sovadina, Lhota, Radkovy, Lipová and Křtomil from the Hellenic Moravian Gulden for 95,000. Because of his participation in the class uprising in 1618, he lost his property after the battle of the White Mountain . The Dřevohostice estate was sold to Zdeněk Vojtěch Popel von Lobkowicz . In 1635, his son Wenzel Eusebius von Lobkowicz sold the villages of Šišma, Kladníky, Bezuchov, Oprostovice, Žákovice, Mrlínek, Sovadina, Radkova Lhota, Radkovy, Lipová and Křtomil to the owner of the Bystřnemal manor, Johann Rnottý pod Hostýnemal . In 1650 the villages became part of the unified Bystřice- Holešov rule . In 1747 a court of inheritance was set up, before a set judge exercised the lower jurisdiction in Radkovy.
In 1763 the line of the Counts of Rottal died out in the male line; when the lordship Holešov-Bystřice was divided among the heirs, Radkow was again subject to Bystřice. In 1789 the Counts della Rovere di Monte l'Abbate followed as the new owners. In 1800 a big fire destroyed the whole village. In 1804 Johann Nepomuk Count Wengerský acquired the rule. From 1827 the Bystřice estate belonged to Count Laudon. In 1834 the village consisted of 35 houses and had 214 inhabitants. Most of the place burned down again in 1842. Until the middle of the 19th century Radkow always remained subordinate to Bystřice.
After the abolition of patrimonial formed Radkov / Radkow 1850 a municipality in the district administration Holleschau . In 1873 a major fire destroyed eight houses. On April 17, 1881, 17 houses and numerous barns burned down. A school was built in 1896. The official place name Radkovy has been used since the end of the 19th century . During the German occupation , the place was assigned to the Mährisch Weißkirchen district in 1942 . After the end of the Second World War, this was reversed in 1945. After the Okres Holešov was abolished, the municipality was assigned to the Okres Přerov in 1960. On July 1, 1983 Radkovy was incorporated into Dřevohostice. Radkovy has been independent again since November 24, 1990. The parish has always been Dřevohostice.
No districts are shown for the Radkovy municipality. The upper part of the village is called Klín and the lower part is called Zátoky.
- Chapel of St. Dominikus from 1872. Before that there was a wooden bell tower with a carved Madonna figure from the 17th century in front of the Hereditary Court. After the chapel was built, the bell tower was removed. The chapel originally had a tall tower that was knocked over by a tornado on August 13, 1957. The Madonna was given to the museum on the Hostýn .
- Cross from 1865 on the village square behind the chapel
- Statue of St. Johannes von Nepomuk, at the lower end of the village, created in 1900
- Statue of St. Josef, created in 1936