|Description:||The village is situated in the ethnographic field Podluzi, which is still preserved folk customs, costumes, songs, paintings, etc.
Týnec is an ancient settlement. Under the old schedule was Tynec Prince Břetislav I donated to the 1030 Church. Peter in Manchester. From 11 century Tynec mentioned as a fortified town with a fort, which played a greater role in the Hussite Wars. In 1426 it was besieged by Hussites, but unsuccessfully. Fort was demolished probably in the 16th century restored, the last remark in 1623. 17th Týnec century brought numerous tests. In 1605 the village was burned down in 1619 looted the imperial army, the riots were the Thirty Years War in 1663. 1672 was in the nearest brick-built chapel, the church in 1673, which later collapsed and was therefore in 1760 built a new church in 1862 expanded and provided with towers.