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Benešov nad Černou

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Benešov nad Černou (until 1948 Německý Benešov; Deutsch Beneschau) is a municipality and village in Český Krumlov District in the South Bohemian Region of the Czech Republic. It has about 1,400 inhabitants. The centre of Benešov nad Černou is well preserved and is protected by law as an urban monument zone. Administrative parts Villages of Černé Údolí, Daleké Popelice, Děkanské Skaliny, Dluhoště, Hartunkov, Klení, Kuří, Ličov, Pusté Skaliny, Valtéřov, Velké Skaliny and Velký Jindřichov are administrative parts of Benešov nad Černou. Geography Benešov nad Černou is located about east of Český Krumlov and south of České Budějovice. It lies on the border between the Gratzen Mountains and Gratzen Foothills. The Černá River flows through the municipality. There are several fish ponds in the municipal territory, the largest of them is Velký Klenský. History The first written mention of Benešov is from 1332. It was founded in the second half of the 13th centur
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