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City Lanškroun happened in 2002 authorized municipalities with extended powers for the 21 municipalities: Albrechtice Anenská Fountain, Cotkytle, Cenkovice, Damníkov, Cermna Lower, Upper Cermna, Upper Hermanice, Upper Třešňovec, Krasíkov, Lubník, Luková, Island, Petrovice, Rudoltice , Sazava, Watchtower, Tatenice, Trpík, Výprachtice, Žichlínek. Lanskroun with its almost 10 000 inhabitants at present a dynamic industrial city, the city of electronics, machinery, paper industry and the city high schools and important cultural institutions. Industrial companies AVX Czech Republic, SOMA, Schott Electronic Packaging, ORPA, INA, JCEE and many other provide high employment Lanškroun population and its surroundings. For the city's economy is developing a number of successful local entrepreneurs and managers. The current secondary education builds on more than one hundred years Lanškroun local school and business school. High school, secondary vocational schools and vocational schools (formerly Integrated Secondary School) and Central School of Agriculture is the basis for secondary general and vocational education for the entire Lanškroun. Cultural and social life of the population supports the Cultural Center, City Museum, City Library, Information Centre, Cinema and a number of successful sport organizations.
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Caricate: 11/05/2012
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