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Zlaté Hory

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Zlaté Hory (ˈzlatɛː ˈɦorɪ; until 1948 Cukmantl, Zuckmantel) is a town in Jeseník District in the Olomouc Region of the Czech Republic. It has about 3,700 inhabitants. The historic town centre is well preserved and is protected by law as an urban monument zone. Administrative parts Villages of Dolní Údolí, Horní Údolí, Ondřejovice, Rejvíz, Rožmitál and Salisov are administrative parts of Zlaté Hory. Etymology The name literally means "Golden Mountains". Geography Zlaté Hory is located about east of Jeseník and north of Olomouc, on the border with Poland. It is located in the historical region of Czech Silesia. It lies in the Zlatohorská Highlands, which gave it its modern name. The southernmost part extends to the Hrubý Jeseník mountain range. In this part is also located Orlík – the highest peak of the municipal territory with an elevation of . Several small watercourses flows through the municipal territory. The Zlatý Stream flows through the town pro
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