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Cyti Králiky
Czech Republic

A Brief History of At the top of colonization in the late 13th century is likely to attempt settlement Králíky area. Until the second half of the 16th century is a period of significant development in the area. At that time, buys Rabbits Zdeněk of Wallenstein, and for his work to develop the guilds, the city receives various privileges. Králicko is also a strategic place - a city visited twice by Emperor Joseph II., To examine ways of defense against the Prussians. (A similar situation occurs even before World War II, when the border defense system built fortifications.) In the mid-19th century Rabbits are becoming a major city with unprecedented development. For more details you can find out in the Municipal Museum.

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