|State :||Czech Republic|
|Region :||Ústecký kraj|
|Area :||513.1369 ha|
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|Residents :||111 (Jan 1, 2019)|
|Postal code :||435 26|
|License plate :||U|
|Railway connection:||Pilsen – Duchcov|
|Mayor :||Stanislav Salon (as of 2013)|
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|Location of Volevčice in the Most district|
The village emerged at the end of the 13th century as a result of colonization by Germans in the Srpin Moorgegend. The first written mention was made in 1333 when the brothers Lutzhold, Ratzko and Ahna inherited the village from their father. In the same year, Konrad Abt bought the property from the Ossegg monastery . The village went to Wilhelm von Lobkowicz in 1613. Shortly after the Thirty Years' War , which left hardly any traces in the village, the estate of the widow Anna Marie von Lobkowicz , who married Count Hans von Rottal, was so indebted that Count Rottal returned the farms to Christoph Ferdinand von Lobkowicz in 1656 after the death of his wife had to return. These then came under the rule of Bílina . Twelve courtyards were destroyed in the fire in 1706.
- The church of St. Prokop from 1840. Before that, the church of St. Havel from the 14th century stood here.