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General meeting 26th February, 2016

On Friday26th February, the general meeting took place. 21 members took part.Ing. Karel Popel, the vice mayor, and Marek Winiarski representing theKralovice parish accepted the invitation, too. The presentation of the generalmeeting is to be seen on this website in Fotogalerie/General Meeting...
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Lecture "Baroque Around Us"

.On Tuesday 9th February, 47 people took part in the lecture of PhDr. Irena Bukačová in the Kralovice library. It was a further educational event of our citizen association and we are happy to welcome our Kralovice citizens.  
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COMMITTEE NEGOTIATION on January 25th, 2016

Report from the Gryspek Citizen Association meeting on January 25th, 2016 Present: Z.Chaloupka, J.Nový, Dr.Soukup and M.Fryček 1. Tasks´ checking of the Committee, November 30th, 2015 - Preparation of the General Meeting - tasks fulfilled 2.  Exposition of the Gryspek family: Voluntary guides...
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The general meeting

The Gryspek Citizen Association is inviting all members and friends of St. Peter and Paul´s Church in Kralovice to the general meeting which takes place in the reception room of the "Bílý Beránek" Hotel in Kralovice on Friday 26th Febrary, 2016 at 7PM.
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Grants from the cross border cooperation programme

We might get some finance for the Roman Catholic parish in Kralovice for the restoration work inside St. Peter and Paul´s Church from the Programme of cross border cooperation the Czech Republic-Bavaria Aim EÚS 2014-2020. Getting a partner in the located area in Bavaria (see the enclosed photo) is...
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History and present time of the castle in Rožmitál under Třemšín

On the place where the present castle is, the son of Budislav from Březnice Oldřich built a castle between 1250 and 1265. He and his offsprings got their name from Rožmitál according to the name of the castle. The lords from Rožmitál – brothers Oldřich and Sezema - owned the whole castle until...
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History of the castle in Nelahozeves

The municipality of Nelahozeves was first mentioned in 1352 when it was a property of St. Vitus chapter in Prague. Under them, a fort was built there. It was first mentioned on paper in 1400. The fort was often rented, first to the Prague chapter and then to Prague inhabitants during the Hussite...
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