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Further information about České Budějovice

České Budějovice (colloquially: "Budějice"; or "Böhmisch Budweis" often referred to simply as Budweis in English) is a city in the Czech Republic. It is the largest city in the South Bohemian Region and is the political and commercial capital of the region and centre of catholic Diocese of České Budějovice. The town is not to be confused with Moravské Budějovice in Moravia. History: The city was founded by Hirzo, a knight of King Ottokar II of Bohemia, and was granted its Municipal charter in 1265. The royal city was created as a platform of the king's power in South Bohemia and to counterbalance the powerful aristocratic House of Witigonen and the successive House of Rosenberg. The House of Rosenberg died out in 1611. The city was traditionally a bulwark of the Catholics in the long-lasting religious conflicts in Bohemia. The city was a German-speaking enclave until 1890. During the industrialization of the city, Czechs became the ethnic majority. Until the mass expulsion of 1945 ... Read more about České Budějovice on Wikipedia

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