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Žďár nad Sázavou District (Czech: okres Žďár nad Sázavou) is a district (okres) within the Vysočina Region of the Czech Republic. Its administrative center is the town of Žďár nad Sázavou.

Žďár nad Sázavou District
Okres Žďár nad Sázavou
District location in the Vysočina Region within the Czech Republic
CountryCzech Republic
RegionVysočina
CapitalŽďár nad Sázavou
Area
• Total1,578.51 km2 (609.47 sq mi)
Population
(2019-01-01)
• Total118,094
• Density75/km2 (190/sq mi)
Time zoneUTC+1 (CET)
• Summer (DST)UTC+2 (CEST)
Municipalities174
* Towns6
* Market towns12
* Villages156

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The district's landscape is very picturesque, consisting of a highland of rolling hills around the rivers Sázava, Oslava, Svratka and Chrudimka, covered by deep forests, lakes and fields.

37% of the active population works in industry. Agriculture is also an important economic activity, especially wheat, potatoes, fruit, timber, and livestock. The contribution of industry and agriculture to the local economy has decreased markedly since 1991. The remaining industrial activity is concentrated in the larger towns and includes mechanic, electric, and steel factories. Furniture and other small manufacturing industries have been installed after the fall of Communism.

The area, relatively untouched by pollution, attracts summer and winter tourism. Highlights include:

Baliny - Blažkov - Blízkov - Bobrová - Bobrůvka - Bohdalec - Bohdalov - Bohuňov - Borovnice - Bory - Březejc - Březí nad Oslavou - Březí - Březské - Budeč - Bukov - Býšovec - Bystřice nad Pernštejnem - Černá - Chlumek - Chlumětín - Chlum-Korouhvice - Cikháj - Dalečín - Daňkovice - Dlouhé - Dobrá Voda - Dolní Heřmanice - Dolní Libochová - Dolní Rožínka - Fryšava pod Žákovou horou - Hamry nad Sázavou - Herálec - Heřmanov - Hodíškov - Horní Libochová - Horní Radslavice - Horní Rožínka - Jabloňov - Jámy - Javorek - Jimramov - Jívoví - Kadolec - Kadov - Karlov - Kněževes - Koroužné - Kotlasy - Kozlov - Krásné - Krásněves - Křídla - Křižánky - Křižanov - Křoví - Kuklík - Kundratice - Kyjov - Lavičky - Lhotka - Lísek - Líšná - Malá Losenice - Martinice - Matějov - Měřín - Meziříčko - Milasín - Milešín - Mirošov - Moravec - Moravecké Pavlovice - Netín - Nížkov - Nová Ves - Nová Ves u Nového Města na Moravě - Nové Dvory - Nové Město na Moravě - Nové Sady - Nové Veselí - Nový Jimramov - Nyklovice - Obyčtov - Ořechov - Oslavice - Osová Bítýška - Osové - Ostrov nad Oslavou - Otín - Pavlínov - Pavlov - Petráveč - Pikárec - Písečné - Počítky - Poděšín - Podolí - Pokojov - Polnička - Prosetín - Račice - Račín - Radenice - Radešín - Radešínská Svratka - Radkov - Radňoves - Radňovice - Radostín nad Oslavou - Radostín - Řečice - Rodkov - Rosička - Rousměrov - Rovečné - Rožná - Rozseč - Rozsochy - Ruda - Rudolec - Sázava - Sazomín - Sejřek - Sirákov - Sklené - Sklené nad Oslavou - Skorotice - Škrdlovice - Skřinářov - Sněžné - Spělkov - Štěpánov nad Svratkou - Strachujov - Stránecká Zhoř - Strážek - Střítež - Sulkovec - Světnov - Sviny - Svratka - Tasov - Tři Studně - Ubušínek - Uhřínov - Ujčov - Újezd - Unčín - Vatín - Věchnov - Věcov - Velká Bíteš - Velká Losenice - Velké Janovice - Velké Meziříčí - Velké Tresné - Vepřová - Věstín - Věžná - Vídeň - Vidonín - Vír - Vlachovice - Vlkov - Vojnův Městec - Vysoké - Záblatí - Zadní Zhořec - Ždánice - Žďár nad Sázavou - Znětínek - Zubří - Zvole

25 villages has been moved from administration of Žďár nad Sázavou District to administration of Brno-Country District, effective from January 1, 2005.

  1. "Population of municipalities of the Czech republic". Czech Statistical Office. Retrieved2019-04-30.

Coordinates:49°33′46″N15°56′23″E /49.56278°N 15.93972°E /49.56278; 15.93972

Žďár nad Sázavou District
Zdar nad Sazavou District Language Watch Edit This article needs additional citations for verification Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources Unsourced material may be challenged and removed Find sources Zdar nad Sazavou District news newspapers books scholar JSTOR April 2020 Learn how and when to remove this template message Zdar nad Sazavou District Czech okres Zdar nad Sazavou is a district okres within the Vysocina Region of the Czech Republic Its administrative center is the town of Zdar nad Sazavou Zdar nad Sazavou District Okres Zdar nad SazavouDistrictNove Mesto na Morave squareDistrict location in the Vysocina Region within the Czech RepublicCountry Czech RepublicRegionVysocinaCapitalZdar nad SazavouArea Total1 578 51 km2 609 47 sq mi Population 2019 01 01 1 Total118 094 Density75 km2 190 sq mi Time zoneUTC 1 CET Summer DST UTC 2 CEST Municipalities174 Towns6 Market towns12 Villages156 Contents 1 Landscape 2 Economy 3 Tourism 4 Complete list of municipalities 5 References 6 External linksLandscape EditThe district s landscape is very picturesque consisting of a highland of rolling hills around the rivers Sazava Oslava Svratka and Chrudimka covered by deep forests lakes and fields Economy Edit37 of the active population works in industry Agriculture is also an important economic activity especially wheat potatoes fruit timber and livestock The contribution of industry and agriculture to the local economy has decreased markedly since 1991 The remaining industrial activity is concentrated in the larger towns and includes mechanic electric and steel factories Furniture and other small manufacturing industries have been installed after the fall of Communism Tourism EditThe area relatively untouched by pollution attracts summer and winter tourism Highlights include The resort sites of Velke Darko Frysava Tri Studne Devet skal Zakova hora Jimramov Milovy and Nove Mesto na Morave The area of Zdarske vrchy the northern part of Bohemian Moravian Highlands is a protected natural park since 1970 A unique and important monument by the architect Jan Santini Aichel the Pilgrimage Church of Saint John of Nepomuk in Zdar nad Sazavou since 1994 listed in the UNESCO World Heritage Sites list The medieval Pernstejn Castle Complete list of municipalities EditBaliny Blazkov Blizkov Bobrova Bobruvka Bohdalec Bohdalov Bohunov Borovnice Bory Brezejc Brezi nad Oslavou Brezi Brezske Budec Bukov Bysovec Bystrice nad Pernstejnem Cerna Chlumek Chlumetin Chlum Korouhvice Cikhaj Dalecin Dankovice Dlouhe Dobra Voda Dolni Hermanice Dolni Libochova Dolni Rozinka Frysava pod Zakovou horou Hamry nad Sazavou Heralec Hermanov Hodiskov Horni Libochova Horni Radslavice Horni Rozinka Jablonov Jamy Javorek Jimramov Jivovi Kadolec Kadov Karlov Knezeves Korouzne Kotlasy Kozlov Krasne Krasneves Kridla Krizanky Krizanov Krovi Kuklik Kundratice Kyjov Lavicky Lhotka Lisek Lisna Mala Losenice Martinice Matejov Merin Meziricko Milasin Milesin Mirosov Moravec Moravecke Pavlovice Netin Nizkov Nova Ves Nova Ves u Noveho Mesta na Morave Nove Dvory Nove Mesto na Morave Nove Sady Nove Veseli Novy Jimramov Nyklovice Obyctov Orechov Oslavice Osova Bityska Osove Ostrov nad Oslavou Otin Pavlinov Pavlov Petravec Pikarec Pisecne Pocitky Podesin Podoli Pokojov Polnicka Prosetin Racice Racin Radenice Radesin Radesinska Svratka Radkov Radnoves Radnovice Radostin nad Oslavou Radostin Recice Rodkov Rosicka Rousmerov Rovecne Rozna Rozsec Rozsochy Ruda Rudolec Sazava Sazomin Sejrek Sirakov Sklene Sklene nad Oslavou Skorotice Skrdlovice Skrinarov Snezne Spelkov Stepanov nad Svratkou Strachujov Stranecka Zhor Strazek Stritez Sulkovec Svetnov Sviny Svratka Tasov Tri Studne Ubusinek Uhrinov Ujcov Ujezd Uncin Vatin Vechnov Vecov Velka Bites Velka Losenice Velke Janovice Velke Mezirici Velke Tresne Veprova Vestin Vezna Viden Vidonin Vir Vlachovice Vlkov Vojnuv Mestec Vysoke Zablati Zadni Zhorec Zdanice Zdar nad Sazavou Znetinek Zubri Zvole 25 villages has been moved from administration of Zdar nad Sazavou District to administration of Brno Country District effective from January 1 2005 References Edit Population of municipalities of the Czech republic Czech Statistical Office Retrieved 2019 04 30 External links EditList of towns and villages of the Zdar nad Sazavou District Coordinates 49 33 46 N 15 56 23 E 49 56278 N 15 93972 E 49 56278 15 93972 Retrieved from https en wikipedia org w index php title Zdar nad Sazavou District amp oldid 965259093, wikipedia, wiki, book,

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