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Mikulovice (Jeseník District)

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Mikulovice (Niklasdorf, Mikułowice) is a municipality and village in Jeseník District in the Olomouc Region of the Czech Republic. It has about 2,500 inhabitants. Administrative parts Villages of Kolnovice and Široký Brod are administrative parts of Mikulovice. Geography Mikulovice is located about northeast of Jeseník and north of Olomouc, on the border with Poland. It lies in the Zlatohorská Highlands. The highest point is the mountains Bílé skály at above sea level. The built-up area is situated in the valley of the Bělá River. The Olešnice Stream flows into the Bělá in the village. Most of the municipal territory lies within the Jeseníky Protected Landscape Area. History The first written mention of Mikulovice is from 1263. It was founded in the 13th century, during the colonization by the bishops of Wrocław, who owned the area. Mikulovice became part of the Duchy of Nysa, which later on passed under Bohemian suzerainty, and following the duchy's d
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