Rostěnice-ZvoniceThe first record of the village dates back to 1411. At the beginning of the 14th century, the village was gained by Jindřich of Lipá, who sold it to Queen Eliška Rejčka in 1329. In 1335, she devised part of the village to the Králové monastery in Staré Brno. In the following centuries, the village formed an independent church estate, which was affiliated to Komořany in 1782 after the monastery was dissolved.
After the Thirty Years’ War almost the whole village perished. Then Rostěnice was settled by German colonists, but in the years 1945-46 they were transferred back to their country and the village was inhabited by newly coming Czech families.
The historical exposition of the region can be seen in the Obecní dům (Community House) of Rostěnice.
On your tour, you can see historical Haná porches that were created by the original German inhabitants.
Municipal office Rostěnice-Zvonovice
682 01 Rostěnice-Zvonovice
Phone: +420 517 330 610
Opening hours: 16.00 - 22.00
Opening hours: 15.00 - 22.00