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Bulhary (Břeclav District)

Summary
Bulhary (until 1949 Pulgary; Pulgram) is a municipality and village in Břeclav District in the South Moravian Region of the Czech Republic. It has about 700 inhabitants. Bulhary is partly located within the Lednice–Valtice Cultural Landscape, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Geography Bulhary is located about northwest of Břeclav and south of Brno. It lies mostly in the Upper Morava Valley, only a small part of the municipal territory lies in the Mikulov Highlands. The highest point is at above sea level. The Thaya River flows through the town. The nortwestern part of the municipality lies within the Pálava Protected Landscape Area. History The area of the village and its surroundings has been inhabited since time immemorial due to the fertile soil and proximity to the river. At the hill Syslí kopec is an archeological site where the remains of mammoth hunters weapons (28,000–24,000 years BC old) were found. The first written mention of Bulhary is from 1244. Ec
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