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Village Břeclav Nám. TG.Masaryka 3, 690 81 Břeclav

Description

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Břeclav is a young town. The municipality was promoted to a town in September 1872 on the command of emperor Franz Josef I. It was a result of stormy development of the old agricultural small town after it became the first railway crossing of the Austrian-Hungarian monarchy. The settlement of this territory goes back to the end of 5th or beginning of the 6th century when the old Slaws came. In time of existence of the first Slavic state, later to be called Great Moravia, a powerful tribe settlement was set up not far from today´s town in deep flooded forest. This settlement is today well-known among scientists as well as to general public as Pohansko near Břeclav. After its disappearance at the beginning of the 10th century, the settlement started to concentrate in the territory of today´s Old Břeclav and there were fights for the whole Great Moravia heritage among Hungarians, Poles and Czech Přemyslid family. The last named won and after "Regensburg Piece" concluded by Czech prince Břetislav and German emperor Heinrich III. in 1041, the border to Austria moved to Dyje river. The border to Hungary was created by the Morava river. The new castle and settlement got its name after its founder Břetislav - Břeclav. In the place of today´s castle a stately fortress was build, at the beginning wooden, from 13th century from stone. This fortress stopped many times the attacks of Hungarians or Austrians. From 16th century his main role was to resist attacks of Turks. In the Hussite period, in 1426 - 1434 even a hussite crew stayed here. After that period, the country suffered from the war among Czech king Jiřík from Poděbrady and Hungarian king Matyáš, called Korvín. In this time several villages around Břeclav were destroyed and never restored again. Also Břeclav was seriously damaged and the majority of survivor population moved to the castle and founded here a new Břeclav, while the original Břeclav became Old Břeclav and its market function was marked in its German name Altenmarkt only. In the 16th century the Břeclav territory was owned by the powerful Moravian Žerotín family who made here a center of their domain. The family lost Břeclav after their defeat in the Battle on White Berg and in 1638 the territory was bought by the Liechtenstein family. They possesed the domain of Valtice, Lednice, Břeclav and Lanžhot. Its main seat was in Valtice that belonged to Lower Austria in this time (it was added to Czechoslowakia not earlier as in 1920), the summer seat was in Lednice and the Břeclav castle become a seat for their controllors only. The country had to recover from corporative uprising and 30-year-war, it was also a subject of strong recatolisation. In Břeclav, there were a lot of followers of the "brother´s unity church" that professed the same faith as their former masters of Žerotín and that should be now converted to catolicism. Also the baptists who used to live here for nearly a century were forced to leave. The Liechtenstein family was one of the richest in the whole country. Its members could be traced in services of the ruling Habsburg family or among important generals, but they also encouraged art - theatres, painting, architecture. This enabled them their successfull economic business, but also power to force the liege people to work hard and pay high taxes. Thank to their warm relationship to art and bussines the coutry around Břeclav, Valtice and Lednice was being transformed. A composited argicultural country was created and it offered a plenty of means to high life style and amusement in extensive border forests along the Dyje and Morava river, revived by many romantic buildings that are now known as Lednice-Valtice Area. Břeclav is nowadays an entrance gateway to the whole district protected by UNESCO. The town itself offers a sufficient number of accomodation capacities, catering possibilities, sport enjoyment and it is a starting place to a rich countryside with forests interwoven with watercourses of the rivers Morava, Dyje, Kyjovka and Trkmanka and its blind branches. On your trips, be it on foot, by bicycle or motorbike, you can see a lot of charming architectonical gems originated within ages, starting with the Roman architecture and ending with the Neogothic style of the 19th century or the functionalistic style of the 20th century. The countryside of Lednice-Valtice Area (LVA) is often called a pearl of South Moravia.

Detailed information

Telephone 519 311 384, 519 311 222
E-mail
Web site http://www.breclav.org
Wheelchair accessible No
Fax 519 311 238

Cyklosféra

Address

Pod Zámkem 3096/3, Břeclav, 69002

Telefon

731 657 980, 774 027 549

Web

http://www.cyklosfera.cz

259 m

Hotel Rose

Address

Veslařská 5, Břeclav, 690 02

Telefon

519374083

Web

http://www.hotelrose.cz/hotel-rose-breclav/

268 m

Domov mládeže Břeclav

Address

Bří Mrštíku 4, Břeclav , 690 30

Telefon

724 645 834

Web

http://www.spsbv.cz/index.php/o-nas/domov-mladeze/ubytovani-verejnosti

289 m

Apartmán U Dyje

Address

Smetanovo nábřeží 952/2, Břeclav, 69002

Telefon

777 124 550

311 m

Hotel Zimní Stadion

Address

Pod Zámkem 2881/5, Břeclav, 690 02

Telefon

724377127, 606 780 001

Web

http://www.ubytovani-restaurace-breclav.cz

315 m

Sport bar U Zlomené brusle

Address

Pod Zámkem 2881/5, Břeclav, 69002

Telefon

777 30 33 30

Web

http://www.uzlomenebrusle.cz/ubytovani.html

316 m
112 m

Summer swimming pool Breclav

V krásném travnatém areálu s množstvím vzrostlých stromů, který nabízí relax a občerstv...

Address

Veslařská 2126/1, 690 02 Břeclav, Česko

112 m

Sports and relax center TJ Lokomotiva Břeclav

Squash Club Reservation: +420 519 322 480, +40 724 877 520 Two air-conditioned courts, possibility t...

Address

Veslařská 1, 690 02 Břeclav

Telefon

+420 724 877 520 - recepce | +420 724 877 521 - posilovna

112 m

Climbing wall Břeclav

Climbing wall Břeclav is located in the hall of Sportsclub Lokomotiva Břeclav. It is intended for ev...

Address

Sportovní hala TJ Lokomotiva Břeclav, Veslařská 2126/1, 690 02 Břeclav, Česká republika

Telefon

+420 775 587 404

117 m

Escape game: Exit game

Hra založená na počítačových únikových hrách. Jedinečný interaktivní zážitek, který vyžaduje zapo...

Address

U Stadionu 2144/1, 690 02 Břeclav, Česko

Telefon

704 270 285

128 m

Břeclav - Bicycle rental - Tourist Information Centre

We offer these bikes: - trekking gentleman´s bicycles SUPERIOR (5 pcs) - trekking gentleman´s bicyc...

Address

U Tržiště 324/8, 690 02 Břeclav, Czechia

Telefon

519 326 900, 731 428 235

259 m

Cyklosféra

Cyklosféra je cyklistický multiplex umístěný na klidném, ale strategickém místě v areálu Břeclavs...

Address

Pod Zámkem 3096/3, Břeclav, 69002

Telefon

731 657 980, 774 027 549

Nám. TG.Masaryka 3, 690 81 Břeclav