Tatrovice

Last updated
Tatrovice
Municipality and village
Tatrovice kostel sv. Erharta.jpg
Church of Saint Erhard
Tatrovice flag.jpg
Flag
Tatrovice CoA.jpg
Coat of arms
Czech Republic adm location map.svg
Red pog.svg
Tatrovice
Location in the Czech Republic
Coordinates: 50°17′N12°42′E / 50.283°N 12.700°E / 50.283; 12.700 Coordinates: 50°17′N12°42′E / 50.283°N 12.700°E / 50.283; 12.700
CountryFlag of the Czech Republic.svg  Czech Republic
Region Karlovy Vary Region
District Sokolov District
Area
  Total10.12 km2 (3.91 sq mi)
Elevation
564 m (1,850 ft)
Population
 (2019) [1]
  Total182
  Density18/km2 (47/sq mi)
Time zone UTC+1 (CET)
  Summer (DST) UTC+2 (CEST)
Website https://www.tatrovice.cz/

Tatrovice (German : Dotterwies) is a village and municipality in Sokolov District in the Karlovy Vary Region of the Czech Republic.

Related Research Articles

Plzeň Region Region in Czech Republic

Plzeň Region is an administrative unit (kraj) in the western part of Bohemia in the Czech Republic. It is named after its capital Plzeň. In terms of area, Plzeň region is 7,561 km², the third largest region in the Czech Republic. However, the population of 572,459 inhabitants it is the ninth most populous region. After the South Bohemian Region it is the second least densely populated region. The region can be roughly divided into two parts: a highly industrialized north-eastern part with a strong engineering tradition around Pilsen and a more hilly and rural south-western part with smaller-sized manufacturing companies processing natural resources.

South Moravian Region Region in Czech Republic

The South Moravian Region is an administrative unit of the Czech Republic, located in the south-western part of its historical region of Moravia. Its capital is Brno, the 2nd largest city in the Czech Republic. It is bordered by the South Bohemian Region (west), Vysočina Region (north-west), Pardubice Region (north), Olomouc Region, Zlín Region (east), Trenčín and Trnava Regions, Slovakia and Lower Austria, Austria (south).

Central Bohemian Region Region in Czech Republic

The Central Bohemian Region is an administrative unit of the Czech Republic, located in the central part of its historical region of Bohemia. Its administrative centre is in the Czech capital Prague, which lies in the centre of the region. However, the city is not part of it but is a region of its own.

Hradec Králové Region Region in Czech Republic

Hradec Králové Region is an administrative unit of the Czech Republic located in the north-eastern part of the historical region of Bohemia. It is named after its capital Hradec Králové. The region neighbours the Pardubice Region in the south, the Central Bohemian Region in the south-west, and the Liberec Region in the west. It also shares a 208 km long international border with Polish Lower Silesian Voivodship in the north and the east.

Vysočina Region Region in Czech Republic

The Vysočina Region, is an administrative unit of the Czech Republic, located partly in the south-eastern part of the historical region of Bohemia and partly in the south-west of the historical region of Moravia. Its capital is Jihlava.

Karlovy Vary Region Region in Czech Republic

The Karlovy Vary Region or Carlsbad Region is an administrative unit of the Czech Republic, located in the westernmost part of its historical region of Bohemia. It is named after its capital Karlovy Vary. The region is world-famous for its spas, including Karlovy Vary and Mariánské Lázně.

Pardubice Region Region in Czech Republic

Pardubice Region is an administrative unit of the Czech Republic, located mainly in the eastern part of its historical region of Bohemia, with a small part in northwestern Moravia. It is named after its capital Pardubice. As an administrative unit, Pardubice Region has existed three times in the course of history. It was established for the first time in 1850, and extended from Český Brod to the Bohemian-Moravian border. In its second existence, it was one of 19 regions as they were set between 1949 and 1960. After 1960, Pardubice became the capital of Pardubice district, which was part of the Eastern Bohemian Region. The Pardubice Region, as it is now, was reestablished in 2000.

Cieszyn Silesia Euroregion

Euroregion Cieszyn Silesia is one of the euroregions between Poland and Czech Republic. It has area of about 1,400 km² and more than 680,000 inhabitants. The largest cities are Jastrzębie Zdrój from Polish side and Havířov from Czech side. It was established on 22 April 1998.

Districts of the Czech Republic

In 1960, Czechoslovakia was re-divided into districts often without regard to traditional division and local relationships. In the area of the Czech Republic, there were 75 districts; a 76th Jeseník District was split in the 1990s from Šumperk District. Three consisted only of statutory cities Brno, Ostrava and Plzeň which gained the status of districts only in 1971; the capital city of Prague had a special status, but ten districts of Prague (obvody) were in some ways equivalent to okres.

Obec is the Czech and Slovak word for a municipality. The literal meaning of the word is "commune" or "community". It is the smallest administrative unit that is governed by elected representatives. Cities are also municipalities. The council is called "obecní zastupitelstvo/obecné zastupiteľstvo" or "zastupitelstvo města/mestské zastupiteľstvo" or "zastupitelstvo městyse", the office is called "obecní úřad/obecný úrad" or "úřad města/mestský úrad" or "úřad městyse". An obec can have its own flag and coat of arms and is composed of one or more cadastral areas. An obec can have several settlements or parts whether villages or hamlets.

Prague 4 Place in Czech Republic

Prague 4, formally the Prague 4 Municipal District, is a second-tier municipality in Prague. The administrative district of the same name consists of municipal districts Prague 4 and Kunratice.

Kamenice (Prague-East District) Village in Czech Republic

Kamenice is a village and municipality in Prague-East District in the Central Bohemian Region of the Czech Republic.

Jesenice (Prague-West District) Town in Czech Republic

Jesenice is a town in Prague-West District in the Central Bohemian Region of the Czech Republic. As of census in 2011, the municipality had 7,036 inhabitants, it belongs to the fastest growing municipalities in the Czech Republic. In 2015 the municipality was promoted to a town and lost the title of the largest village in the Czech Republic.

Městys is a status conferred on certain municipalities in the Czech Republic, lying in terms of size and importance higher than that of obec, but lower than that of město. "Městys" is translated as "market town".

Omice Municipality in South Moravian, Czech Republic

Omice is a village and municipality (obec) in Brno-Country District in the South Moravian Region of the Czech Republic.

Rozdrojovice Municipality in South Moravian, Czech Republic

Rozdrojovice is a village and municipality (obec) in Brno-Country District in the South Moravian Region of the Czech Republic.

Budkov (Třebíč District) Municipality in Vysočina, Czech Republic

Budkov is a village and municipality (obec) in Třebíč District in the Vysočina Region of the Czech Republic.

Nová Ves u Nového Města na Moravě Municipality in Vysočina, Czech Republic

Nová Ves u Nového Města na Moravě is a village and municipality (obec) in Žďár nad Sázavou District in the Vysočina Region of the Czech Republic.

Ledro Comune in Trentino-Alto Adige/Südtirol, Italy

Ledro is an Italian comune (municipality) in Trentino in northern Italy. It was created on January 1, 2010, by the union of the former comuni of Pieve di Ledro, Bezzecca, Concei, Molina di Ledro, Tiarno di Sopra and Tiarno di Sotto.

References

  1. "Population of municipalities of the Czech Republic". Czech Statistical Office. 1 January 2019.