Borovany (German: Forbes) is a town in České Budějovice District in the South Bohemian Region of the Czech Republic. It has about 4,200 inhabitants. Administrative parts. Villages of Vrcov, Hluboká u Borovan, Dvorec, Třebeč, Radostice and Trocnov are administrative part of Borovany. References
Borovany may refer to: . Borovany (České Budějovice District), a town in České Budějovice District, South Bohemian Region, Czech Republic Borovany (Písek District), a village in Písek District, South Bohemian Region, Czech Republic
Wikipedia: Instance of: municipality of the Czech Republic, municipality with town privileges in the Czech Republic, cadastral area in the Czech Republic: Location: České Budějovice District, South Bohemian Region, Czechia : Located in or next to body of water: Stropnice: Population
Borovany sú mesto v Česku v okrese České Budějovice v Juhočeskom kraji. 1. januára 2012 tu žilo 4 021 obyvateľov, z toho 1 953 mužov a 2 068 žien, pričom priemerný vek v meste bol 39,7 roka (muži 38,6 roka, ženy 40,7 roka).
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České Budějovice is a city in the South Bohemian Region of the Czech Republic. It has about 94,000 inhabitants. It is the largest city in the region and its political and commercial capital, the seat of the Roman Catholic Diocese of České Budějovice, of the University of South Bohemia, and of the Academy of Sciences. It is in the valley of the Vltava River, at its confluence with the Malše. České Budějovice is famous for the Budweiser Budvar Brewery.
The city was founded in 1265 by King Ottokar II of Bohemia, who granted its municipal charter in 1265. The siting and planning of the city was carried out by the king's knight Hirzo. The settlers were coming from the Bohemian Forest and Upper Austria. The royal city was created as a platform of the king's power in South Bohemia and to counterbalance the powerful noble House of Rosenberg, which became extinct in 1611. In 1341 King John of Bohemia allowed Jewish families to reside within the city
The vast majority of the city's population today are Czechs, with 1.15% Slovaks. In the past, the city had a significant proportion of ethnic Germans, who had formed the majority since medieval times. The city remained a German-speaking enclave until 1880, after which Czechs became the majority. Until the end of World War II, the city contained a significant German minority. For example, the ratios between the Germans and the Czechs were in 1880: 11,829 Germans to 11,812 Czechs, in 1890: 11,642
Budějovice has long been well known for the beer brewed there since the 13th century. For a time, the town was the imperial brewery for the Holy Roman Emperor, and Budweiser Bier became, along with Pilsner from Plzeň, one of the best-known lagers. Brewing remains a major industry. In 1256 the Svitavy brewery was founded there, which was closed in 2002. The largest brewery, founded in 1895, is "Pivovar Budějovický Budvar" which has legal rights to market its beer under the "Budweiser ...
The old town preserves interesting architecture from the Gothic, Renaissance, Baroque, and 19th century periods. This includes buildings around the large Ottokar II Square, the old Town Hall with murals and bronze gargoyles, and the 16th century Black Tower. The most valuable historic building in České Budějovice is the Dominican convent with the Gothic Presentation of the Virgin Mary church from the 13th century. The Iron Maiden Tower and the Rabenštejn Tower are a 14th-century former ...
Borovany merupakan sebuah bandar yang terletak di wilayah České Budějovice, wilayah Bohemia Selatan, Republik Czech. Lihat juga. Daerah České Budějovice; Wilayah Bohemia Tengah; Rujukan. Rencana ini diterjemahkan daripada Wikipedia bahasa Czech
Štěpánovice is a municipality and village in České Budějovice District in the South Bohemian Region of the Czech Republic. It has about 900 inhabitants. Štěpánovice lies approximately 14 kilometres (9 mi) east of České Budějovice and 122 km (76 mi) south of Prague.