Veselíčko u Lipníka nad Bečvou
|State :||Czech Republic|
|Region :||Olomoucký kraj|
|Area :||1318 ha|
|Geographic location :|
|Residents :||900 (Jan. 1, 2019)|
|Postal code :||751 25|
|License plate :||M.|
|Street:||Dolní Újezd - Lazníky|
|Mayor :||Tomáš Šulák (as of 2011)|
751 25 Veselíčko u Lipníka nad Bečvou
Veselíčko is located above the Moravian Gate in the Tirschitzer hill country ( Tršická pahorkatina ). The village lies on the right side above the valley of the brook Lubeň. The Přerov - Hranice railway with the Osek nad Bečvou railway station runs two kilometers south of the village . A section of the D 1 motorway is being built between the village and the railway line . The Na Skalách (284 m) rises to the south. To the northwest are the dams Horní Svrčov, Prostřední Svrčov and Dolní Svrčov.
Neighboring towns are Pančava, Staměřice and Mokř in the north, Skoky and Tupec in the Northeast, Trnávka and Lipník in the east, Nové Dvory in the southeast, Chabrov, Osek nad Bečvou , Hliníky, Proseničky and Na Skalách in the south, Radvanice , Lazníky and Sobíšky in South-west, Vicínov, Lukavec, Hambálek and Tršice in the west and Hýk, Stání, Svrčov, Lazníčky and Výkleky in the north-west.
The first written mention of Wesele took place in 1275 in connection with the landed gentry Budislav von Wesele. However, this was not the owner of the entire village, but only a small part of the village, which was divided among different owners. In the 14th century, the Moravian margraves acquired the entire village and passed it on to various owners as a fief. Since 1470 Veselíčko and Chýlec belonged to the Ctibor Obesnik of Lipultovice, who sold the goods in 1491 to William II of Pernstein . Further forms of name were Vesel , Vesele , Wessel , Wessele (from 1355), Waesel (1359), Veselice , Wesselicz prope Lipnik , Wesselicze (1406), Veselíčko (from 1419), Wesseliczko (from 1415), Wesselitzko (from 1575), Veselicžken (1640), Wesselicžko , Wesselitzko and Wesselicko (1771). Erasmus von Bobolusk, a nobleman from Boblowitz ( Boboluszki ) in the Duchy of Opava , who acquired the estate in the 16th century, bought the Horní Újezd market and several villages in the northwestern part of the Helfenstein rulership from Johann von Pernstein in 1548 , thereby laying the foundation stone for the reign of Veselíčko. In 1573 Veselíčko was inherited by the Podstatzky von Prusinowitz . They expanded the property, which eventually included the Horni Újezd market and the villages of Chýlec, Kozlov , Lazníky , Lazníčky , Radvanice , Ranošov , Staměřice , Buk , Říka and Výkleky . The registers have been kept in Osek nad Bečvou since 1693. After the Princely House of Liechtenstein-Kastelkorn had expired in 1761, the Podstatzky and Liechtenstein-Kastelkorn families were merged into the Podstatzky-Liechtenstein family. Until the middle of the 19th century, the village remained subject to the Counts of Podstatzky-Liechtenstein on Veselíčko.
After the abolition of patrimonial Veselíčko / Wesselitschko formed from 1850 with the settlements Chýlec and Vicinov a municipality in the district administration Mährisch Weißkirchen . In 1855 the community was assigned to the Leipnik district, from 1868 it belonged again to the Mährisch Weißkirchen district. The Counts Podstatzky-Liechtenstein were expropriated after the Second World War as a result of the Beneš decrees. In the course of the territorial reform of 1960 and the dissolution of the Okres Hranice, Veselíčko was assigned to the Okres Přerov on January 1, 1961 . In 1964 Tupec was incorporated. The primary school in Veselíčko was closed in 1985. From 2002 archaeological investigations were carried out south of the village and then the construction of the D 47 motorway began, which will become a section of the D 1 after its completion .
The municipality Veselíčko consists of the districts Tupec ( Tupetz ) and Veselíčko ( Wesselitschko ) and the settlements Chýlec, Lukavec and Vicínov.
- Veselíčko Castle with a 5.4 hectare park, Castle Chapel of St. Franz von Padua, farm buildings and former brewery; the baroque castle was built between 1768 and 1769 according to plans by the Fulnek architect Thaler. During the battles at Austerlitz , Wagram and Leipzig it was used as a field hospital until 1814.
- Military cemetery of the Veselíčko field hospital from 1805 to 1814 with graves of around 700 fallen
- Sandstone statues of hll. Alois, Josef and Florian from the 18th century
- Prostřední Svrčov dam, swimming lake
- Chapel of St. Franz Seraphin, built in 1860
- Stone cross, in front of the chapel
- Český statistický úřad - The population of the Czech municipalities as of January 1, 2019 (PDF; 7.4 MiB)
- Místopisný rejstřík obcí českého Slezska a severní Moravy (p. 676) ( Memento of the original from March 4, 2016 in the Internet Archive ) Info: The archive link has been inserted automatically and has not yet been checked. Please check the original and archive link according to the instructions and then remove this notice. (PDF; 2.2 MB)