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?atec
Svobody Square with town hall and Holy Trinity Column
Svobody Square with town hall and Holy Trinity Column
Flag of ?atec
Flag
Coat of arms of ?atec
Coat of arms
?atec is located in Czech Republic
?atec
?atec
Location in the Czech Republic
Coordinates: 50°19?48?N 13°32?40?E / 50.33000°N 13.54444°E / 50.33000; 13.54444Coordinates: 50°19?48?N 13°32?40?E / 50.33000°N 13.54444°E / 50.33000; 13.54444
Country Czech Republic
RegionÚstí nad Labem
DistrictLouny
First mentioned1004
Government
 o MayorZde?ka Hamousová
Area
 o Total42.68 km2 (16.48 sq mi)
Elevation
233 m (764 ft)
Population
(2021-01-01)[1]
 o Total18,823
 o Density440/km2 (1,100/sq mi)
Time zoneUTC+1 (CET)
 o Summer (DST)UTC+2 (CEST)
Postal code
438 01
Websitewww.mesto-zatec.cz

?atec (Czech pronunciation: ['?a.t?t?s]; German: Saaz) is a town in Louny District in the Ústí nad Labem Region of the Czech Republic. It has about 19,000 inhabitants. It lies on the Oh?e river. The town centre is well preserved and is protected by law as an urban monument reservation and partly as an urban monument zone.

?atec is famous for an over-700-year-long tradition of growing Saaz noble hops used by several breweries.

Administrative parts

Villages of Bezd?kov, Mil?eves, Radí?eves, Trnovany, Velichov and Záho?í are administrative parts of ?atec.

History

The Priests' Gate, part of remains of the town fortifications

The first written mention of ?atec is in the Latin chronicle of Thietmar of Merseburg of 1004. In 1248, ?atec is firstly titled as a town. In 1265, it received the privileges of a royal town from King Ottokar II of Bohemia.[2]

In the 16th century, ?atec had around 5,000 inhabitants and was one of the most populous towns in the kingdom. In 1827, a chain bridge over the Oh?e, the first chain bridge in Bohemia, was built.[2]

From the outbreak of the Hussite Wars in 1419 to the Thirty Years' War, the town was Hussite or Protestant, but after the Battle of White Mountain (1620) the greater part of the Czech inhabitants left the town.[2] It remained German and Roman Catholic until 1945, when the German speaking inhabitants were expelled to Germany. On June 3, 1945 about 5,000 German inhabitants were gathered on the Market place and marched to Postoloprty, where at least 763 were murdered in the Postoloprty massacre, estimates range up to 2,000 victims killed by Czechoslovak military in ?atec and on the March.[3]

Demography

Economy

?atec and its surroundings is known for its tradition of growing Saaz hops. Saaz hops or ?atec hops is a protected designation of origin.[5]

The tradition of beer brewing started here in 1261, growing of hops is first documented in 1348.[2] In 1800-1801, ?atec brewery started its production, which continues to this day.[6]

Culture

?atec hosts Do?esná, its hops-related harvest festival every September on the town square.[7]

Sights

Hoálkovo Square with Church of the Assumption of the Virgin Mary

Since 1961, the historic core of ?atec has been protected as an urban monument reservation. It is a collection of important buildings and architectural styles from the Romanesque period to the Art Nouveau.[2]

Since 2003, the area south of the historic centre has been protected as an urban monument zone. It is valuable mainly for its technical constructions related to hop growing.[8]

Church of the Assumption of the Virgin Mary is one of the most significant monuments. it was originally built in Romanesque style and some of its Romanesque parts are still preserved. In 1724-1728, the Chapel of Saint John of Nepomuk was added. Around 1740, the west façade was reconstructed into the Baroque style.[9]

The hop-growing and brewing tradition is widely presented by the town. There are Hop Museum and Brewing Museum. The Temple of Hops and Beer is a tourist complex with several attractions, including a lookout tower and a small astronomical clock.

In popular culture

?atec was used as a filming location for many historical films and TV series, including[10] Yentl (1983), The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles (1992), Les Misérables (1998), The Scarlet Pimpernel (1999), Oliver Twist (1999), Burning Bush (2013),[11] The Zookeeper's Wife (2016),[12] and Oscar-winning Jojo Rabbit (2018).[13]

Notable people

Twin towns - sister cities

?atec is twinned with:[14]

References

  1. ^ "Population of Municipalities - 1 January 2021". Czech Statistical Office. 2021-04-30.
  2. ^ a b c d e "Historie" (in Czech). M?sto ?atec. Retrieved .
  3. ^ "Mord im Fasanengarten" (in German). Der Spiegel. 2009-08-31.
  4. ^ "Historický lexikon obcí ?eské republiky 1869-2011 - Okres Louny" (in Czech). Czech Statistical Office. 2015-12-21. pp. 15-16.
  5. ^ "?atecký chmel" (in Czech). ?atecký chmel. Retrieved .
  6. ^ "Historie" (in Czech). ?atecký pivovar. Retrieved .
  7. ^ "Do?esná" (in Czech). ?atecká Do?esná. Retrieved .
  8. ^ "?atec - m?stská památková zóna" (in Czech). National Heritage Institute. Retrieved .
  9. ^ "Chrám Nanebevzetí Panny Marie v ?atci" (in Czech). Kudy z nudy. Retrieved .
  10. ^ "M?stem ?atec po stopách natá?ení slavných film?" (in Czech). Kudy z nudy. Retrieved .
  11. ^ "Re?isérka dokon?ila natá?ení filmu o Janu Palachovi" (in Czech). ?atecký deník. 2012-05-29. Retrieved .
  12. ^ "Úkrytem v zoo projdou ?e?tí herci i pra?ské exteriéry, svou pr?m?rnost ale neschová" (in Czech). Czech Radio. 2017-03-29. Retrieved .
  13. ^ "?atec: Czech town providing perfect location for major productions including JoJo Rabbit". Czech Radio. 2020-02-27. Retrieved .
  14. ^ "Partnerská m?sta" (in Czech). M?sto ?atec. Retrieved .

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