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Fren?tát pod Radho?t?m
Town hall at the Peace Square
Town hall at the Peace Square
Flag of Fren?tát pod Radho?t?m
Coat of arms of Fren?tát pod Radho?t?m
Fren?tát pod Radho?t?m is located in Czech Republic
Fren?tát pod Radho?t?m
Fren?tát pod Radho?t?m
Location in the Czech Republic
Coordinates: 49°32?51?N 18°12?42?E / 49.54750°N 18.21167°E / 49.54750; 18.21167Coordinates: 49°32?51?N 18°12?42?E / 49.54750°N 18.21167°E / 49.54750; 18.21167
Country Czech Republic
DistrictNový Ji?ín
First mentioned1382
 o MayorMiroslav Halatin
 o Total11.44 km2 (4.42 sq mi)
401 m (1,316 ft)
 o Total10,837
 o Density950/km2 (2,500/sq mi)
Time zoneUTC+1 (CET)
Postal code
744 01

Fren?tát pod Radho?t?m (Czech pronunciation: ['fr?n?ta:t 'pod rad?o?c?m]; German: Frankstadt) is a town in Nový Ji?ín District in the Moravian-Silesian Region of the Czech Republic. It has about 11,000 inhabitants. The centre of the town is historically significant and is protected by law as an Urban monument zone.

It lies under the Moravian-Silesian Beskids Range. The town is an important holiday resort in both summer and winter.


The town was likely first settled between 1293 and 1316. The Thirty Years' War affected the town severely, as it was burned down in 1626, and occupied by the Swedes in 1646. The plague also affected the town. In the 17th century, the town's economy grew, possibly due to being colonized by the Wallachians. The town obtained the official title of town in 1781. In World War II, the town was occupied by the Axis, but was liberated on May 6, 1945 by the Soviet Union.[2]

On 13 February 2013, a 57-year-old man, Antonín Bla?ek, attempted to blow up a block of flats after having been ordered to vacate the flat in which he lived that had been foreclosed by creditors. He first blocked both exits from the building, and then removed and opened the main gas supply into the building's corridor. Interrupted, Bla?ek set the gas on fire before it could spread throughout the whole building. The explosion and subsequent fire, however, were large enough to demolish part of the building, killing Bla?ek and five other people immediately and wounding eleven others, one of whom died on 17 February 2015. The heavily-damaged block of flats had to be demolished in its entirety.[3]


Fren?tát pod Radho?t?m is home to a football team, SK Beskyd Fren?tát pod Radho?t?m, which competes in the 4th tier of Czech football system.[4]

Notable people

Twin towns - sister cities

Fren?tát pod Radho?t?m is twinned with:[5]



  1. ^ "Population of Municipalities - 1 January 2020". Czech Statistical Office. 2020-04-30.
  2. ^ "HISTORY OF THE TOWN". Retrieved 2018.
  3. ^ "Výbuch ve Fren?tátu má sedmou ob. Zem?el tce popálený mu? [The explosion in Fren?tát has a seventh victim. A severely burned man has died.]" (in Czech). 17 February 2015. Retrieved 2015.
  4. ^ "Main". Retrieved .
  5. ^ "Partnerské vztahy m?sta" (in Czech). M?sto Fren?tát pod Radho?t?m. Retrieved .

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