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Supíkovice

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Supíkovice (Saubsdorf) is a municipality and village in Jeseník District in the Olomouc Region of the Czech Republic. It has about 700 inhabitants. Etymology The name is probably derived from the personal Slavic name Šupík, while the German name is thought to have been created by transcription. The Czech name has been used again since 1924. Geography Supíkovice is located northeast of Jeseník and north of Olomouc. It lies on the border between the Golden Mountains and Zlatohorská Highlands. The highest point is the hill Křemenáč at above sea level. History The first written mention of Supíkovice is from 1284, when it was part of fragmented Piast-ruled Poland. It soon became part of the Duchy of Nysa, which later on passed under Bohemian suzerainty, and following the duchy's dissolution in 1850, it was incorporated directly into Bohemia. The municipality was in the past known for limestone quarries and lime production. In the second h
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