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Brušperk lies in the middle of the territory between Ostrava, Frýdek-Místek and Nový Jičín on both banks of Ondřejnice river in the area called Lašsko. The history of Brušperk starts by issuance of location document on 6th December 1269 by the bishop of Olomouc Bruno of Schauenburg. For its picturesque panorama Brušperk is called Bethlehem of Lašsko. From the surrounding hills you can enjoy impressive view of the entire panorama of Beskydy mountains with dominating Lysá Hora in the south-east and Radhošť in the south. Historical part of the town on the right bank of Ondřejnice river is formed by municipal protected zone. Brušperk together with other towns and villages played a role of centre of hand made manufacture and exchange within the delimited area of the dominion.

Objects of interest:

- Parish Church of St. George

- Statue of St. John Nepomucký

- Calvary

- Chapel of St. Antonius, St. Saviour, Dolorous Virgin Mary, St. John and Paul - martyrs

- 14 Stations of the cross

- Gallery of Artistic centre Chagall Brušperk

- Monument of the writer Vojtěch Martínek in National House of Brušperk

- Wind mill of Dutch type

- Brušperská dam


Leisure time:

- Municipal library

- Football fields

- Sports hall




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