Tuřany u Chebu
|State :||Czech Republic|
|Region :||Karlovarský kraj|
|Area :||611.0929 ha|
|Geographic location :|
|Residents :||149 (Jan. 1, 2019)|
|Postal code :||350 02 - 351 12|
|License plate :||K (old CH)|
|Street:||Odrava - Milíkov|
|Mayor :||František Andresík (as of 2018)|
350 02 Cheb 2
|Location of Tuřany in the Cheb district|
Tuřany is located at the foot of the Imperial Forest in the east of the Eger Basin . The village is located in the valley basin of the Lipoltovský potok ( Krottenbach ) immediately before its confluence with the Šitbořský potok ( Reubach or Leimbach ). To the west rises the hill Rovina ( Vorderlustberg , 481 m), behind it lies the Jesenice dam .
The community Tuřany consists of the districts Lipoltov ( Lapitzfeld ), Návrší ( Rolessengrün ) and Tuřany ( Thurn ).
The municipality is divided into the cadastral districts of Lipoltov and Tuřany u Kynšperku nad Ohří.
Neighboring towns are Návrší in the north, Kamenný Dvůr and Štědrá in the northeast, Mokřina in the east, Těšov in the southeast, Úval in the south, Okrouhlá in the southwest, Jesenice in the west and Obilná and Lipoltov in the northwest.
The place was first mentioned in a document in 1352.
After the replacement of patrimonial Thurn formed a municipality in the judicial district of Eger or the political district of Eger in 1850 , to which the Rolessengrün district was added in the second half of the 19th century. In 1930 256 people lived in Thurn, in 1939 there were 258. After the Munich Agreement , the village was incorporated into the German Reich in 1938 and belonged to the district of Eger from 1939 to 1945 . After the end of the war, Thurn returned to Czechoslovakia; the German residents were expelled. In 1948 the village was named Tuřany. In 1950 Lipoltov and Trpěš were incorporated. In 1976 the place lost its independence and came to Nebanice . The municipality of Tuřany has existed again since 1990. Tuřany is one of the seven member municipalities of the Chebská pánev microregion.