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Týniště (Czech Republic)
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Basic data
State : Czech RepublicCzech Republic Czech Republic
Region : Plzeňský kraj
District : Plzeň-jih
Area : 810 ha
Geographic location : 49 ° 31 '  N , 13 ° 24'  E Coordinates: 49 ° 30 '43 "  N , 13 ° 24' 8"  E
Height: 530  m nm
Residents : 45 (Jan 1, 2019)
Postal code : 334 01
Status: local community
Districts: 1
Mayor : Lubomír Kasl (as of 2007)
Address: Týniště 7
334 01 Přeštice
Municipality number: 539929

Týniště (German Tinisht ) is a municipality with 53 inhabitants in the Czech Republic . It is located 10 kilometers southeast of Přeštice and belongs to the Okres Plzeň-jih . The cadastral area is 810 hectares.


The place is located at 530 m above sea level. M. on a hillside east above the valley of the Zlatý potok. To the north of it rises the 571 m high Neverná hill.

Neighboring towns are Újezd ​​in the north, Kbelnice and Letiny in the northeast, Lázně Letiny in the east, Skašov in the southeast, Luh in the west and Horšice in the northwest.


The first documentary mention was in 1582, as a place belonging to Mikuláš Nebílovský from Drahobuz Pustá or Pustý farm . 1603 inherited the property, which also included Příchovice , his three sons. 1649 inherited Kryštof Příchovský von Příchovice the village, after whose death it fell again to the Nebílovský. Finally, the imperial councilor and captain of the Prachin district, Friedrich Schwihau von Riesenberg , bought Týniště. In 1716 the later captain of the Pilsener Kreis, Heinrich Anton Henniger von Seeberg, bought the village from Friedrich's granddaughter Maria Josepha Lobkowicz . He was followed by Jan Karel von Kokořov, who joined Týniště in 1740 to the Žinkovy rule .

In 1789 a water mill and a glassworks were built in the Zlatý potok valley, from which the hamlet of Luh emerged. After the replacement of patrimonial Týniště became an independent municipality in 1850.

After 1837 the glassworks in Luh was closed and a forester's house was built in its place in 1898. The water mill was destroyed in 1889 when a dam broke, in which the miller Zeigler drowned with his family. In 1880 175 people lived in the village, most of whom worked in agriculture. In 1918 Karel Škoda, landowner on Žinkovy in Luh, had a steam mill built. In 1929 the old wooden chapel in Týniště was demolished and replaced by a new building.

In 1990 Týniště regained its independence and in 1991 the chapel was renovated.

Community structure

No districts are shown for Týniště. The hamlet of Luh belongs to the community.


  • chapel

Web links

Individual evidence

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