Libodřice is a municipality and village in Kolín District in the Central Bohemian Region of the Czech Republic. It has about 400 inhabitants.Geography
Libodřice is located about west of Kolín and east of Prague. It lies in the Upper Sázava Hills, a small part of the municipal territory in the west extends into the Central Elbe Table. The highest point is at above sea level. The Blinka Stream flows through the municipality.History
The first written mention of Libodřice is from 1266.Economy
There is a quarry on the southwestern edge of the municipality. Amphibolite is extracted here.SightsThe most important monument, protected as an archaeological monument reservation are Libodřice tumuli. It is a mound burial site from the Late Bronze Age. It is proof of the spread of the Lusatian culture from the East Bohemian region to the left bank of the Elbe in the Kolín region. Today, there are a total of 20–25 exceptionally well-preserved barrows,
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